WooSidebars adds functionality to display different widgets in a sidebar, according to a context (for example, a specific page or a category).
With WooSidebars you can put a specific sidebar on almost(?) any page, post, CPT, template, etc., etc. Part of every website I build.
WooSidebars is so easy to use!
I wrote the code for to put custom sidebars in diferent categories, but when I test this plugin in one of my blogs, I'm adding the plugin in all my webs.
Thanks so much!
After creating a couple of unique sidebars for specific pages and getting all excited, the "unique" sidebars showed up on every page on my site except the "home" page, obviously not what I wanted.
I set it up for only select category codes, but on every single post on every single category there is a check mark for the unique sidebar, which I cannot remove.
Disappointing and zero support.
Great, great plugin. Easy to understand and easy to use. I've just published a short review (in spanish): http://www.labitacoradeltigre.com/2013/08/19/la-magia-de-los-widgets-de-wordpress-6/.
the plugin does not save the values. I had to go down to version 1.2.0
This plugin looks very promising, but it would not save the pages that I wanted to override with my replacement sidebar. I would select the WooCommerce pages, but when I clicked save, my selections would not be remembered.
We use this all the time. After I was "forced" to try it with a wootheme theme, I figured out that this is the "end game" of sidebar customization.
I don't understand how this doesn't have way more 5 start ratings - it's great! I've previously used a combination of Flexipages and Widget logic to create custom menus for different sections. This approach works very well but Woosidebars is easier to manage.
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