Widget Logic lets you control on which pages widgets appear using WP's conditional tags. It also adds a 'widget_content' filter.
Great plugin. Thanks
So useful and has helped keep visitors on the site for longer by allowing us to easily place relevant widgets on individual pages etc. Thanks again.
I use it on everything...easy to use, flexible, and it works.
If you use the functions provided in the FAQ or forums it works fine. Does exactly what it says on the box.
Any faults are not the result of the plugin itself, but the inability of the user to use the correct syntax etc. (not saying that in an insulting way, just stating the cause)
I don't know any php but I found exactly what I needed to do in the FAQ. Setting my widget to display on my front page took me about 20 seconds.
I just copied and pasted this function,
in the widget logic space provided. Done!
Did exactly what I wanted.
Does the job well.
Works just fine, the little bit of logic necessary isn't bad as far plugins go.
I genuinely don't understand why more people haven't rated this plugin 5 stars. It's simple, lightweight, and gloriously useful. Have you ever wanted a sidebar to display on some pages but not others? Maybe you want a certain banner ad in a text widget to display on the homepage, but not other pages? This is the setup I have on my site, and Widget Logic makes it as easy as a line of 'code' (I say code, but it's not like you need programming knowledge to use this plugin: snippets are provided in the FAQ) at the bottom of the widget.
Recommended. Don't know where I'd be without it, actually.
Widget Logic is something I put on every single site I build. Its power and flexibility allow me to do amazing things with widgets. Highly recommended.
Usually i dont comment...but to submit my review first time ever,i register my self first here and then im Saying to author.... SUPERB PLUGIN....AND Thank you very much
Great plugin, we all already know that.
Also the author of this plugin seems like a very good person that he has this "donation to Cancer Research UK." link at the plugin's description page.
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