How to Create WordPress Notification Bars (Bottom/Top Bar)
Notification Bar (also known as top & bottom bar, floating bar or hello bar) or are arguably the most common and popular method of building email list and a great way to convert subscribers without being intrusive.
Follow this guide to learn how to use MailOptin to add a notification bar with email signup form or optin form to your WordPress site.
Go to the Optin Campaigns admin page and click the “Add New” Button at the top of the page.
Enter a title for the optin campaign, select NOTIFICATION-BAR optin type, click on your preferred theme to redirect you to the form builder.
Customize the opt-in form to your heart content using our intuitive form builder.
Go to the “Integration” panel, select your email service provider and the email list all captured leads/conversions will be saved to. You could decide to use MailOptin Leads for the lead storage and be done and over with.
To actually get the optin to display on your site, navigate to the “Display Rules” panel, go to the “Quick Setup” section and check “Activate 0ptin”.
If you want the optin to be displayed on every posts and pages of your site, also check “Globally load optin”, otherwise, use page level targeting to display only on specific part of your site.
To display the optin form on posts, pages or both; In page level targeting panel under Load optin only on “post types”, select either or both.
Use the “Configuration” panel to decide whether to display the notification bar at the top or bottom of visitor’s screen. The sticky bar option allows you to make top notification bar sticky. That is, it will stick to the top of visitors screen even when they scroll down your page.
Go to the “Integration” panel, select your email service provider and the email list all captured leads/conversions will be saved to. You could decide to use MailOptin Leads for leads storage and be done and over with.
Save the changes and preview your site. You should now see it displayed.