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Available patterns

  • Trigger buttons
  • Contact
  • Cookies & GDPR
  • Call to action
  • Media
  • Promo
  • Signups
  • Menus (Soon)

Currently there’s more than 80+ patterns suitable for FloatAny panels, but you can also use them outside of the FloatAny, i.e. in regular posts.

Use Patterns as a foundation for the FloatAny content. It may be it’s all you need, but at least it’s certainly a strong base in building attractive designs for FloatAny panels.

Panel types

  • Toggler
  • Igniter
  • Closer (on click)
  • Closer (on mouse out)

Panel roles

  • Rotator
  • Hidden
  • Banish
  • Exit intent

Showing style

  • Bump in
  • Fade in
  • Slide in (horizontal)
  • Slide in (Vertical)

Panel display

  • Site Overall loaded 
  • WordPress block interface
  • Shortcode

On-load/on-click initiation

  • Display a panel on page’s load or open it on a visitor’s click of a link/button

No coding knowledge

  • There’s no need to be a developer or a web designer to create panels

Embed forms

  • You can insert any form that is compatible with WordPress editor

Unlimited styling/content

  • Set image backgrounds, add videos, maps, use any WordPress block

Set different locations

  • Left topped
  • Left centered
  • Left bottomed
  • Center topped
  • Center
  • Center bottomed
  • Right topped
  • Right centered
  • Right bottomed
  • Position inline

Create different styles

  • Style borders
  • Style togglers
  • Change sizes
  • Apply light-box
  • Unlimited colors
  • Mobile friendly

Particular pages conditions

  • Show a panel on a certain page(s) or post(s)
  • Show a panel on a specific post type(s), e.g. for products
  • Show a panel only for archive pages
  • Show a panel for particular categories
  • Show a panel for specific tag(s)
  • Exclude individually from showing on each post/page

Event & condition exists triggers

  • Show a panel if element is present
  • Appear after specified time (seconds)
  • Appear after specified element enters the viewport
  • Appear after specified element exits viewport
  • Show a panel for the first timers (only show for x page views)
  • Show a panel for the first timers (only show after x page views)
  • Show a panel based on logging status (for logged in/logged out users)
  • Show a panel based on user roles (Editor, Contributor, Customer, etc.)
  • Show a panel for devices – Mobile/Desktop
  • Show a panel based on referrer – Domain(s) or URL(s)
  • Restrict for certain Country and City
  • Create date/time campaigns