About STRIPE‘Stripe’ is a simple 2-level menu plugin for WordPress, designed to add a little life to your site’s header or footer. Once activated, the menu will scroll along with the page so it would be visible at all times, making it a great place to insert important links to. Alternatively, the menu can also be placed in an absolute position so it will scroll off the screen with your other content.
‘Stripe’ does not replace or affect your theme’s current menu(s). Instead, it is an effective addition that can be used to highlight certain posts or pages on your site, house your social links, or even serve as a location to place e-mail and/or phone call buttons to. With a huge amount of icons to choose from, its uses are many.
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As folks who’ve already purchased Stripe can attest to, we take good care of our customers. In fact, we’ll take a step back here and let them do the talking:
- animated 2-level menu
- Add to any theme
- Position at top or bottom of browser
- Fixed or absolute positioning
- Option to show at specified resolutions
- Display only icon (label appears on hover) or have the icon+label be visible at all times
- Choose from 500+ icons
- Add as few or many menu items as you’d like
- Ability to override the main menu with post- and page-specific menus
- Fully responsive all the way down to mobile screens
- Use of icon set means every pixel will look as sharp as it possibly can on retina screens
- Using the built-in WordPress customization tools, customize all colors to anything you’d like.
UPDATE 2.0 - Added fade animation to sub-menu - Updated icon set to latest version
UPDATE 1.9 - Added absolute positioning option - Sub-menus now have their own color customization options - Updated icon set to latest version - Added option to not load the icon set (for cases when your theme already loads FontAwesome and you don't want it loaded twice)
UPDATE 1.8 - You can now specify the resolution at which you wish to hide the menu (for cases when you want it hidden on smartphones for example)
UPDATES (NO VERSION CHANGE) - Resolved bottom placement visual error when user is logged in and WordPress toolbar is active. - Quick css fix for a sub-menu border on the Twenty Thirteen theme
UPDATE 1.7 - It is now possible to make menu items' labels visible by default. Can be added individually if you'd like just one or two labels to be visible. Instructions available in the documentation, under "E) Customization: Label visibility + Placement" - It is now possible to place Stripe at the bottom of the screen (can be toggled under "Settings > Stripe plugin" in your WordPress installation) - Relocated color customization to "Appearance > Customize > Stripe plugin colors" for usability's sake - Updated icon set to latest version
UPDATE 1.6 - Stripe can now be customized using the built-in WordPress color customization tools - Updated icon set to latest version - When WordPress toolbar is active, it no longer overlaps with Stripe
UPDATE 1.5 - fixed issue where the Stripe menu possibly didn't show up on a category page
UPDATE 1.4 - Updated icon set to Font Awesome 4. Please note: if you have a previous version of Stripe and update to 1.4, you'll need to re-enter your menu icons (FontAwesome 4 was a major overhaul that changed the way its icons are entered; still, it won't take more than a minute to update your icons; look at the updated documentation for info on how to make the changes).
UPDATE 1.3 - added ability to override the main menu with post- and page-specific menus - updated documentation accordingly
UPDATE 1.2 - Updated icon set to latest version
UPDATE 1.1 - The plugin now supports sub-menus
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