Popup gets stuck behind the header/menu in Yottie WordPress plugin

Yottie’s popup can sometimes conflict with the WordPress theme’s layout, and these conflicts affect the plugin’s behavior in a negative way.

When this happens, some elements of the website, such as the header or the menu, overlay Yottie popup window, thus not letting you close the popup, or view the video.

There’s an easy way to fix this. All you need to do is add the following CSS code to Custom CSS field on Yottie Preferences page in your WordPress admin panel:

.yottie-popup { z-index: 99999 !important; }

This will let Yottie open the popup over the header and the menu.