Adds a [widget] shortcode which enables you to output a widget anywhere you like.
The shortcode requires the widget ID, but no need to guess, the plugin generates the code for you. You can use before_widget, after_widget, before_title and after_title parameters to override the widget arguments. Also you can use set 'title' parameter to false to suppress the widget title. here's an example:
[widget id="text-1" before_widget="" after_widget="" title="0"]
Since 0.2 you can use do_widget function which accepts an array of options, so you can do:
'id' => 'text-3',
'title' => false,
'before_widget' => '<div>'
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.3.2
Last Updated: 2012-2-4
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