In this Help Guide, we will try to illustrate how to use the My Sticky Menu plugin.

My Sticky menu is available as a WordPress Plugin that lets you turn your Header or Menu sticky as the visitors scroll up and down on your website. It is available as a free plugin but we also have paid plans with more features and allowing the users to use it on multiple domains.
You can Download the plugin for WordPress from here

Follow through the steps to understand how you can use the plugin :

Step 1: Login to your WordPress Admin Dashboard and go to My Sticky Menu > Settings

Step 2: Now you will get the option to select the Sticky Class where you can get option to select pre-defined class as per your website or create custom class

With Pre-Defined Class

With Custom Class

Usually, the plugin will identify the right class or id from the Dropdown Menu, but for some reason, if it doesn’t happen then you can use the custom class or id option from the dropdown menu.

Step 3: Now you will get to choose the settings of the sticky menu, like the option to disable on smaller screen sizes (you can define that in pixels), or to make it visible on scroll at homepage, fade or slide effect, background color of the sticky menu, etc.

Step 4: Next step is to choose the settings like hide on scroll down, page targeting and CSS styles you may want to keep or exclude, etc.

Step 5: When you have made all the necessary changes in the settings, just click on the Save tab at the bottom

This is how a sticky menu created with My Sticky Menu might look on a real website (image for reference only) :

** Some of the features as shown above are available on the Paid Plans only.

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