Plugin Line Loader is very small (4,9 KiB) and fast.
The plugin adds a little loading progress bar at the top of the page to indicate that the next page is loading.
You could see a similar UI pattern on YouTube or Medium.
The thin green line at the top on Medium:
YouTube has a red line at the top:
The progress bar appears as a thin line overlaying the content, sitting right underneath the browser toolbar, growing in width across the page as the next one loads. This is an interesting UI pattern to a subtle way to show load progress on a page. Improve your website interaction for users, with realistic trickle animations, tell your users that something’s happening.
You can choose from two different positions: Top or Bottom.
You can choose any color or use custom CSS to give the Line Loader the perfect look.
Line Loader supports easing for animation and reverse direction for RTL sites.
Here is a screenshot of the plugin settings panel, so you can control every aspect effectively. No coding required.
Line Loader automatically detects loading progress percentage and displays them in the loader. You get a beautiful loading progress indicator for your page load.
Customize the Line Loader look to your site’s needs.
Choose color, thickness, position, animation speed.
Each feature has different options and styling to suit all your needs.
No complex HTML or JS code are needed. Just install and activate WordPress plugin and that’s it.
Works 100% on any Desktop or Mobile devices including phones and tablets.
Line Loader WordPress Plugin is completely compatible with all WordPress themes.
Most popular of them Avada, Jupiter, BeTheme, The7, Flatsome, Enfold, Bridge, Newspaper, Salient, Total, X Theme, Kalium, and many other WordPress Themes.
The Line Loader works perfectly with all major WordPress frameworks: Genesis, Divi, Themify, Warp 7, Ultimatum, Beans, Unyson, Gantry and many others.
Our team is making sure that the Line Loader plugin for WordPress work across all of web browsers. We tested our plugin on pre-release versions of browsers.
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