FooBar Pro

This plugin is currently available for purchase on CodeCanyon.

*All offsite demos and products are currently being merged into FooPlugins.com. Thank you for your patience as the dust settles.*

FooBar is a notification bars plugin for WordPress that allows you to add a highly customizable messages to the top of your blog or website. You can display different notifications on different pages and define a default bar that will display on all your pages.

FooBar has features including fixed, inline and BOTTOM foobars. Additionally you can have custom HTML on left and right, unlimited Foobars, different Foobars per page, and rebrand the name.

You can also define a social buttons area, multiple messages in the FooBar, load tweets or an RSS feed, and use conditional logic for special rules to show the foobar.

Increase sales. Get more newsletter signups. Get more Twitter followers or Facebook likes. Whatever you goals are, FooBar can help you reach them.

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Notification Bars in WordPress

Unlimited FooBars

Create as many notification bars as you like. And manage them all from the WordPress backend. Then decide which bar you want to display on which page or post, and select which bar you want as your default. Check out the demos to see what we are talking about.

Notification Bars in WordPress

Different FooBars Per Page

Create as many notification bars as you like. And manage them all from the WordPress backend. Then decide which bar you want to display on which page or post, and select which bar you want as your default. Check out the demos to see what we are talking about.

Notification Bars in WordPress

Rebrand FooBars

You can override what the Foobar is called. We realise that “FooBar” is not the most intuitive name to display to website admins or clients, so you can rename Foobar to something more meaningful, like “Alert Bar”.

Notification Bars in WordPress

Social Profiles

Setup your default social profiles that you display on every Foobar. You can then customize them per individual Foobar. Show them on the right or left. Or don’t display any social profiles at all.

Notification Bars in WordPress

Customize, Customize, Customize

Each Foobar can have different colors, different heights, different borders, different open/close button themes. A Foobar can be fixed at the top of the site, or it can be inline, so that it scrolls out of view. Set your Foobar to display after 3 seconds, or only show it once your visitor scrolls the page. There are an unlimited number of ways to customize the Foobar!

Notification Bars in WordPress

Message Look and Feel

Style your Foobar messages to suit your needs and match your site’s theme. Every aspect from color, font, shadows, borders, and more, can be customized.

Notification Bars in WordPress

Custom HTML

The Foobar messages can contain any HTML. But the right and left section can also contain custom HTML. Add your Facebook like, Tweet and Google+ buttons. Or include a newsletter signup form or a website search form.

Notification Bars in WordPress

Multiple Messages

You can define multiple messages for each Foobar. Easliy add new messages (which can contain HTML). Then easily reorder them using drag and drop.

Notification Bars in WordPress

Show Latest Tweets

Automatically include your latest tweets into the Foobar. Define from who and how many tweets you want to show and they will be added after any messages.

Notification Bars in WordPress

RSS Feed Integration

Include an RSS feed into your Foobar to display the latest posts from your blog. Or include someone else’s feed to promote their blog.

Notification Bars in WordPress

Inline Admin Demos

Are you sure you like the look of that Foobar? Well, demo what your Foobar will look like before it goes live. See it in action right from within the WordPress admin. You can also turn off the demo if you like (but why would you?).

Notification Bars in WordPress

Built for WordPress

Foobar was built using core features within WordPress 3+. We use custom post types to store the Foobars. We use custom metaboxes to display all the options. We utilize the Settings API to store all your settings. We also took the WordPress Admin Bar into account, so both bars work nicely together. Oh, and did we mention Foobar supports shortcodes in the messages and custom HTML sections?