New Feature: CTA banner for Mac users not using Safari

Considering that right now subscribing to Desktop Push Notifications is only possible via Safari, a lot of your Mac readers, even if they would want to subscribe, might never become aware of this option.

Although Safari is installed on every Apple computer, globally 42% of people browsing the internet use Chrome and 16% use Firefox.
That is why we’ve implemented a call to action banner to help you easily inform your readers that your site has Safari Push Notifications enabled.  Once the feature has been activated, a banner will fade in when a reader using a Mac visits your website using a different browser than Safari.Subscribe Call to Action Banner for Safari Push Notifications

You have a total of 6 positions for the banner to choose from: top or bottom bar and bottom, middle and top for the left and right side of the screen.  The banner fades out when clicked on and will not be displayed again after 2 closes.

Push Monkey Banner - Safari Push Notifications


To enable this feature, just update Push Monkey to the latest version!


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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. I really like this feature. I just wish there were a way I could see it on my site since I subscribe to push updates already. I can’t get it to show up on any browser.

    It only matters because I’d like to know if I need to tweak the CSS on it, etc.

  2. Hi Adam,

    After checking your website I noticed that you use Rocket Script with CloudFront to cache static files. It seems that an old version of the Push Monkey Javascript is loaded on your website. To solve this you can clean and re-generate the cache.

    Let me know how it goes.

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