There are many ways to implement a sticky scroll header menu feature in WordPress and Ultimatum; this blog post will focus on making a sticky scroll header menu in an Ultimatum partial header layout without using a sticky scroll plugin or the sticky header option in Ultimatum layouts.
The simple fact all marketers will tell you is that 90% of your website visitors will not visit you again. This fact can be overcome with several ways and the most effective one is e-mail. Yes, the e-mail is the king when it comes to marketing. We will not speak of numbers and analytics in this post as you can easily find them in Internet with simple searches. What we are going to say is that we have agreed with our fellows at Brainstorm Force to include Convertplug into Ultimatum.
Yes, well over 100,000 (now nearly 102,000) sites are now powered by Ultimatum (as measured by active API connections). Add in all those that do not have their toolsets connected, and the figure could well be a lot higher. That’s simply amazing. And it is all down to the creativity of Ultimatum users. Made possible by the most flexible and powerful WordPress theme designing tool available today. So says a recent poll at GoBarrelRoll. Read the results here.
The survey by GoBarrelRoll pitched the major frameworks against each other and asked the users to vote … and they did. A fast, hard-run race, but the worthy winner was Ultimatum. Ultimatum users know just how powerful this great framework is. Under the hood it is just so powerful and flexible. Using the Bootstrap 3 grid, it has a huge variety of styling options, together with an impressive list of premium plugins.
What makes Ultimatum so popular? One voter added this comment, “I am so pleased I bought Ultimatum Pro. I echo everyone about the advantages of the theme, and the helpfulness of the company through support, blogs, YouTube tutorials and the forums.” With every release Ultimatum gets better, more powerful, more flexible. It helps the web designer be more efficient; as one voter said, “… you have more time to make your layouts beautiful and keep your customers happy.”
Have you tried Ultimatum yet? Why not? Come on in and grab a license today, you won’t regret it. See what our members are making every day with Ultimatum on our showcase. Read the testimonials written by genuine users the world over. Make Ultimatum the last WordPress theme you ever buy.
Yesterday (24 January 2016), we released the Ultimatum 2.8.7 and WonderLoops 2.0.8. Aside from addressing some bugs, adding support for PHP7 and pagination in the Custom Loop widget, these new versions of Ultimatum and WonderLoops added support for the amazing Search & Filter Pro plugin from Designs & Code. The development teams from both Ultimatum and Design & Code worked together to integrate our products. So, what’s the story? (more…)