Have you ever been to a Website where the scroll seems to be endless and you read and read and the document doesn’t simply stop? Lately, a lot of websites (mainly pages where long articles are published) have started to implement a kind of indicator that displays in a progress bar located at the top of the document that updates when the user scrolls down.
The progress depends on how far you have scrolled down on the article, pretty simple and cool featured, don’t you think? This helps the user to know how far he’s from the finish the publication. A lot of designers say that the progress bar on the top it’s useful and it combines with the design of the web page, however, the developers see this feature as useless because there’s already a scroll bar, whose progress is almost the same that the bar on the top. What side are you on?
Step 1 – First, you need to purchase and install Scroll Progress Bar for PWA plugin.
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Step 2 – After Activate this plugin click on the Settings option like below the screenshot.
Step 3 – Once you click on settings links it will redirect to Features option here enable “Scroll Progress Bar” option. Click on the “gear” icon like below the screenshot.
Step 4 – Once you click on the gear icon you can see the Scroll Progress Bar page select color for the Progress bar and height and then click on the “Submit” button.
The output of the Scroll Progress Bar
Note: For the upcoming update of “ Scroll Progress Bar ” plugin then you need to enter the license key for this you need to go WordPress Dashboard -> PWA-> Premium Features -> In “ Scroll Progress Bar for PWA ” option enter the License key and click on “Activate” button.
That’s it for this tutorial!
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