With "Visitor conditions" feature in Ultimate floating widgets WordPress plugin, you can target specific users and display widget box only to them.

You can build your own rules easily within the settings page and make sure only certain users see the widget box.

List of supported visitor conditions

1) Referrer

Target users who are coming to your page from a specific website.

Example: If you want to target users who are coming from Google search result then you can create a rule like Referercontainsgoogle.com

2) Cookie

Target users who have certain cookie set or a cookie set with a specific value.

Example: To target user who has the cookie mycookie then you can create a rule like Cookieexistsmycookiename. If you want to check the value of the cookie then you can set the value as mycookiename=my desired value

3) Query parameters

Target users when they reach your page with certain query parameters set to the page URL. i.e param1 is the query parameter in the URL http://mywebsite.com/?param1=value1

Example: This is helpful to show widget box to users who are coming to your website by clicking a facebook ad. You can use the utm_* query parameter for example. You can set a rule like Query parametersexistsutm_source=facebook. If you want to just check for the presence of query parameter then simply set value as utm_source

4) Browser

Target users by the type of browser used.

Example: BrowserisChrome will target user who use the Chrome browser. Please note that the browser name is searched in the User agent string. You can enter any browser name and target users as long as the user agent string has the name of the browser.

To select multiple browsers, add multiple or rules with the browser condition.

5) Operating system

Target users by the type of operating system used.

Example: Operating systemisWindows will target user who are using the Windows OS. Same like "browser" condition mentioned above the name of the operating system is searched in user agent string. You can only enter name which are sent in the user agent.

6) Device type

Target users by the type of device used. i.e mobile (or) desktop

7) User logged in status

Target users by whether they are logged in or logged out. If you want to show/hide the widget box based on used logged in status then you can add this rule.

Example: User logged in statusislogged in will target users who are logged in.

8) User role

Target users on the user role assigned to them. This works only when the user is logged in. You can use this to show/hide widget box based on their role.

Example: User roleissubscriber will target users with the role subscriber. If you want to target multiple roles then please add a new rule group for each.

9) Custom function

Target users who meet your own custom JavaScript function. The custom JavaScript function should return true or false after evaluating your own custom logic.

Use this to write your own rules in case above rules are not satisfied or if you want to your website backend or so. It is an open end which you can use to check anything.

Example: You can write a function to show the widget box to users where the screen size is smaller than 800 pixels like below.

function ufw_small_screen(){
    if(screen.width < 800){
        return true;
    }else{
        return false;
    }
}

You can then set the function name as value to the rule like Custom functionisufw_small_screen

Building multiple rules

By default with no rules set, the widget box will be displayed to all users.

You can check for multiple conditions which is called "Rules group". If the user meets any of the rules group then the widget box is shown.

A rules group evaluates to pass only when all the rules in the rules group meet. i.e they are and conditions.

Since widget box is shown when any of the rules group is met they are or conditions.

So you can create multiple rules group if needed if you want the user to meet any of the rules group condition.

In the image below, the widget box will be shown when either of these meet

  1. when the user uses Chrome browser and comes from google.com
  2. when the user’s operating system is Windows.

Visitor conditions settings in Ultimate floating widgets PRO WordPress plugin

How "location rules" differ from "visitor conditions"

With location rules you define the rules on which posts and pages you need to insert the widget box.

Visitor conditions is an additional check which further checks various user properties like referrer, browser etc. as mentioned above.

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