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
Or can use [do_widget widgetname] within the text in the page and save. If the widget name has a space in it, use [do_widget "widget name"].
If you use a widget more than once for different shortcodes, you can use the widget id to isolate which widget instance (and of course associated settings to use). ie: [do_widget id=categories-6]
Check your styling. The effects are very dependent on how your theme has specified the css that may apply to widgets and sidebars/widget areas. It may work beautifully and have the content looking like it belongs with your theme. You may have undesired effects applying that do not work in the main content area. You may have desired effects not applying because the css is specific to a themes sidebar.
Via the plugin you can do the following to affect styling: * Remove the general wordpress 'widget' class from the widgets wrapping html and the 'widget_title' from the title html. ([do_widget widgetname widget_classes=none] * Hardcode away from your themes html for widgets and widget title. EG: if your theme uses aside and h2, you could specify: [do_widget widgetname widget_classes=none wrap=div title=h3]. By default the plugin will use whatever your first sidebar uses. This will change if you change themes, but only if you have NOT overridden the html with wrap and title. * Apply an existing class in your theme. Use [do_widget widgetname class=yourclass]. * Use the addition class 'amr-widget' provided to specify alternate css in your themes stylesheet or with something like wordpress custom css.