Widget Logic Visual Version lets you control on which pages widgets appear using WP's conditional tags without having to know how conditional tag
Control, limit, and restrict what webpages widgets are shown on - point and click visual display. Replaces original widget logic plugin because anyone can use it easily without knowing any code or template tags, "it just works".
UPDATE - now contains ability to visually add widget limitations or exceptions for display OR the ability to add conditional tag code (for advanced users). You get the best of both worlds!
The original Widget Logic plugin is very useful because it allows you to restrict the display of widgets to specific pages using WordPress "conditional tags". The only problem is that non-technical people don't know how to use conditional tags.
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WordPress is now used by nearly 70 million websites worldwide and the majority of those website owners are non-technical people. We created Widget Logic Visual Version for all of those people. Now you can easily just point and click what sections of your WordPress website you want a widget to display on without knowing code, or "conditional tags" or any of that at all.
You can select to restrict view of widgets to the homepage, specific posts or pages, tags or categories, author pages, etc. You can create just about any combination of any of those you'd like as well.
For instance, you could choose to display a widget on only the homepage and your "about" page, or specific tag or category pages - nearly any combination you can think of.
Here's a video tutorial:
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Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2012-2-23
0 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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