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Image Widget

A simple image widget that uses the native WordPress media manager to add image widgets to your site.

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168 reviews
Average Rating
4 stars
4.8 out of 5 stars
5 stars
Perfect widget, just worked for my task!!!
By , for WP 3.6.1

I needed to show an about section on one website, where there needed to show an image on left and text on right side. I just give this widget a try for my need and what to say it worked like a miracle. After few adjustments from css, it was upto my purpose. Million thanks for such a useful widget and making it available.

5 stars
A sigh of relief
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I was struggling with a different image plugin because it was throwing p tags around the image and content and messing with my theme... this one is fantastic, no fluff and nonsense, just a widget built the WordPress way, thanks team!

4 stars
very useful, but needs one feature
By ,

Great plugin, but I need to use the "display widgets" plugin to place images on proper pages.

4 stars
Yes, Works As Advertised
By , for WP 3.6

Only drawback is that this widget will appear in every page/post. It would be nice to have it work with widget control plugins like Flexible Widgets.

5 stars
Excellent
By ,

I use it to display custom ads and can't say enough good things about how easy and reliable it is.

4 stars
easy
By , for WP 3.6

nice...................

5 stars
Impressive widget, outstanding support!
By , for WP 3.5.2

Like Ronseal, this widget does exactly what it promises. Easy to install and configure, with impressive results.

More than that, though, the developer really goes the extra mile in the unlikely event that you come unstuck. The support is truly awesome.

As the Irish say, thanks 1,000,000 for all your help!

5 stars
Well Done
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I was so happy to find this widget, easily download it, and from the instruction, incorporate it into my site quickly. Thank you so much!

5 stars
The Window
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My Blogs uses this magnifique plugIn

5 stars
Extremely Simple
By , for WP 3.5.2

This has helped so many of our clients add images to their sidebars and footers without having to know any HTML. Not sure why there isn't anything like this in WordPress by default.

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