Include any widget in a page for any theme. [do_widget widgetname ] or [do_widget "widget name" ] or include a whole widget area [do_widge
Insert widgets or a widget area into a page. Works by creating an extra sidebar/widget area that you can use to store the widgets settings. Plugin will then call that widget instance from the do_widget shortcode, or that sidebar from the do_wdget_area shortcode.
You could use the query posts widget in the page to create a archive within a page, or the rss widget to list feed content from other sites.
For more details see anmari.com
See the settings page for more examples.
To 'remove debug mode' remove ?do_widget_debug=1 from the url you are looking at (only debugs if you are logged in and an administrator)
The plugin has been tested with most standard widgets (rss feeds, tag cloud, pages, meta, search, and of course my own plugins widgets - upcoming events list, calendar and user lists.
If you use a widget more than once for different reasons, you may need to use the widget id to isolate which widget instance and it's settings to use. ie: [do_widget id=categories-6] . If you just use the name, it will display all widgets in the shortcode sidebar with that name (all instances).
If you liked this plugin, you might also like my other plugins: icalevents.com - a ics compliant events plugin fully integrated with wordpress, so it will work with many other plugins (seo, maps, social) wpusersplugin.com - a suite of plugins to help with membership sites. Major plugin is amr users