Browserly allows you to easily customise the users browser, including setting the theme colour, and disabling overscroll or pull-to-refresh features.
Allow your branding to flow throughout the users browser by adjusting the theme colour of the address and notifications bar.
Applies to Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Windows on mobile devices. The default theme colour is #FF595E.
Safari Specific Styling:
Easily set the notification bar in Safari on mobile devices to be transparent (theme colour isn’t supported in Safari).
Sometimes the browsers overscroll and pull-to-refresh features have unwanted effects on the user experience. These can be easily disabled site-wide, or by targeting the CSS class of a specific element.
Don’t let visitors using outdated browsers miss out! Display a message to visitors using an out-of-date browser version, recommending they upgrade.
Browserly can be set up in seconds. All options are available within the WordPress Customizer > Browserly.
- Upload the plugin to the
/wp-content/pluginsdirectory, or install the plugin through the WordPress plugins screen directly
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress
- The plugin options can be found within the WordPress Customizer > Browserly
Where are the plugin options?
The options are available within the WordPress Customizer > Browserly.
Does Browserly cleanup its data upon uninstall?
Yes, when you uninstall Browserly, any saved data is automatically removed. It will be like it was never installed. 🙂
How can I get support?
The support forum is best! We’ll follow with any questions/issues there – https://wordpress.org/support/plugin/browserly/
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Interested in development?
Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.
10th September 2020
14th September 2020
Feature: Safari Specific Styling
15th September 2020
Feature: Outdated browser message