WooSidebars adds functionality to display different widgets in a sidebar, according to a context (for example, a specific page or a category).
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.
This plugin has the most intuitive interface of any sidebar manager that I've used. It's very flexible and it just works. Fantastic tool for nearly all themes.
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