WordPress Flying Popups

WordPress Flying Popups

Last update: 20 March 2020

WordPress Flying Popups plugin is based on my jQuery Flying Popup script, which allows to show flying popup with absolutely any HTML, image, form content inside, whether you show important info for your users, promo or banner with ad – it’s up to you.

Try it on demo site

Check a demo website, feel free to play with the plugin.
Admin credentials: demo / demo

Manage multiple popups on your website

Create popups, just as any other content on your WordPress website. You can create multiple popups, decide where and when to show them, attach multiple popups to links on your page etc. Popup visibility settings are as follow:
  • show on any page on a website
  • show on homepage only
  • show on selected pages/posts
  • insert popup trigger link directly in post content (using shortcodes)


Popups are customized, just as the jQuery script allows (cookie based visibility, speed, position, fly direction, selfclose etc.)

Predefined templates

There are some popup templates you can use. Also you can easily add new ones and those will be available for you to create.


20 March 2020 – version 1.2

  • update to JS plugin in version 2.0
  • show popup on ‘exit intent’ – when user moves the mouse cursor to the top of the screen
  • follow cursor – popup can follow the mouse cursor movement

13 January 2016 – version 1.1

  • update to JS plugin in version 1.8 – ability to create responsive popups (by setting width/height in %)
  • one new template
  • bugfixes for old PHP version (< 5.3) and for sites with thousands of posts

2 September 2014 – version 1.0.2

  • fix to accept <link> and <style> in TinyMCE editor for Wordpress 3.9.x
  • all registered post types are available to choose as the page where to show popup

17 February 2014 – version 1.0.1

  • ability to set popup dimensions (width and height)
  • ‘disable on mobile’ setting – don’t show popups on mobile devices
  • parse shortcodes inside popup content (like [video])

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