Allows you to add custom widget content on a post-by-post basis from the edit post screen.
I love plugins like Widget Context and Widget Logic, which allow you to add contextual widgets. But, the thing that those plugins don't do is give you a way to add widget content without visiting the Widgets admin screen in WordPress.
I wanted a way to add a widget on a per-post basis when writing the post itself, so this plugin was born.
No, it's not a replacement of the aforementioned plugins but, rather, a complementary plugin.
First, you need to add the "My Snippets" widget to any sidebar on your site. It won't appear on the front end just yet though.
Any time you write a post, you can add a custom snippet title and content in the "My Snippets" meta box. If you write something in the meta box, it will automatically be shown in place of the widget when viewing that post on your site. If nothing is written in the meta box, nothing will be shown for the post.
Yes, it works for all publicly-queryable post types. Basically, if your post type has its own "page" on the front end of the site, you can add custom snippet content.
That's pretty much it. This is an extremely simple plugin.
Requires: 3.6 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.7.1
Last Updated: 2013-10-8
0 of 1 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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