Sticky parts of a WordPress site means the sections which sticks to their place and remains on their position even when the user scrolls. Sticky posts are different from sticky headers, footers, widgets and sharing buttons etc. Sticky posts sticks to the top of a multi posts page and remains on the top, no matter how many new post entries are made by other website users. In this tutorial we are sharing a list of some good plugins which you can use for making your website sections sticky and featured.
[heading]Sticky Header by ThematoSoup[/heading]
Sticky Header by ThematoSoup allows you to add sticky header to any WordPress theme.[heading]Digg Digg[/heading]
Your all in one share buttons plugin. Add a floating bar with share buttons to your blog. Just like Mashable![heading]FBar Social[/heading]
FBar Social plugin is a social sticky header bar for wordpress that magically appears at a specific pixel.
Mark a post to be placed at the top of a specified category archive. It’s sticky posts specifically for categories.[heading]Tag Sticky Post[/heading]
Mark a post to be placed at the top of a specified tag archive. It’s sticky posts specifically for tags.[heading]WP Sticky Footer Bar[/heading]
Add a beautiful sticky floating bar at the footer of wordpress site.The bar will contain random post from selected category.[heading]Sticky Editor[/heading]
Use a TinyMCE toolbar continuously while writing the content (as our text grows inside the editor box) for the page or post.[heading]WPFront Notification Bar[/heading]
Easily lets you create a bar on top or bottom to display a notification.[heading]Q2W3 Fixed Widget (Sticky Widget)[/heading]
Fixes positioning of the selected widgets, when the page is scrolled down.[heading]T&P Navigation Menu[/heading]
T&P Navigation Menu for WordPress simple sticky navigation menu when scroll down the page.