myStickymenu WordPress Plugin

myStickymenu is a WordPress plugin that will help you quickly make your header sticky when the visitors scroll up or down. That way, the menu is always visible for your website visitors and they can navigate easily.

Choose the plan that fits you

1 Year
Updates & Support
2 Years
Updates & Support
23% off 😎
Updates & Support
37% off 🥳
With myStickymenu, you can improve user experience and make your website look more modern.
  • Show menu on scroll down/up
  • Fade or slide effect
  • Disable on small screens
  • Choose when to make visible on scroll
  • Change the background color
  • Change the opacity
  • Change the transition time

What do you get in the pro plan?

  • Disable on Desktop/Mobile
  • Disable on scroll down
  • Add CSS style
  • Disable on specific pages


There 2 ways to do it:
1. You can install the free version of myStickymenu plugin on any website you want
2. You can buy the Pro plan that includes licenses for 5 websites, or the Agency plan that includes licenses for 50+ websites.

Once you purchase any paid plan of myStickymenu , you can use it forever. Support and updates are available for 1 year. You can renew your license each year to get another year of support and updates.

No. You will only be charged if you renew your license manually. You will get a reminder email before your renewal date.

Of course NOT! ?
Your myStickymenu plugin and all your settings will continue to work as before; however, you will no longer receive plugin updates including feature additions, improvements, and support.

If you are not satisfied with the plugin or it doesn’t work for you for any reason, you can email us at [email protected] within 30 days after your purchase and you will get a refund.

So this depends which theme do you use, examine the code (Firefox: right click on sidebar and ”Inspect Element”; Chrome: right click on sidebar than select “Inspect”) and find element in which sidebar is situated. This element have some class or id, and that’s the Sticky Class we need. If using class than don’t forget to ad dot (.) in front of class name, or hash (#) in front of id name.
In most cases, it will work right away 🙂



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