Notifire v1.6.1 - WordPress Frontend Notifications


Notifire – WordPress Frontend Notifications
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Notifire is a simple and intuitive way to display frontend notifications on your WordPress Website. Multiple options and features allow for various applications.


  • 8 different screen positions
  • 4 different icons
  • Easily add links to your message
  • Page specific notifications
  • Fully responsive
  • Works with every theme
  • Translation ready
  • Show notifications during a specific time period (dates & time of day)
  • Show notifications on specific pages, posts or custom url
  • Show notifications to specific user roles
  • Add extra display time if user hovers over the notification
  • Individual background and font colors
  • Optional close button for each notification
  • Optional progress bar to show display duration
  • Easily activate and deactivate notifications
  • AdBlock resistant
  • Sort notifications at the same position by date
  • Set background and font opacity
  • 3 different predefined styles (Default, Metro, Rounded)
  • Arbitrary HTML code as message


Upcoming features ordered by importance

  1. Color Switch for initial background color
  2. Display by taxonomies/categories
  3. Shortcode usage as content
  4. Recurring Events
  5. Custom notification icons
  6. Easy integration of images via backend interface
  7. Different settings for showing on mobile or desktop devices


Requested features which are not on the feature list so far. They either don’t fit the purpose right now or require too much prior work. They may be added to the roadmap some day. But we won’t promise it.

  • Usage for user cookie accepting


This plugin is not fully caching-ready. Pages with notifications must be re-cached after notification setup. The scheduling and one-time-per-user feature wont work at all.


1.6.1 2015-12-30
* FIX Notification for first blog post being shown on posts page

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