Advanced Text Widget is a text widget that allows you to execute raw PHP code and specify on which pages it should be displayed. It comes with 10 default visibility conditions. You can edit and/or add your own visibility conditions as well. Conditions support arguments which could be strings and/or arrays.
- 10 Default widget visibility conditions with over 20 application possibilities.
- Add unlimited custom conditions.
- “Advanced Text” widget with raw PHP support and shortcodes execution.
- Apply visibility conditions to ANY widget.
- Add custom CSS IDs/Classes to ANY widget.
- Import/Export your visibility conditions to re-use on other sites.
- Author: Max Chirkov
- Author URI: http://simplerealtytheme.com
- Copyright: Released under GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE
Can't imagine building a WordPress site without this, it's normally the first plugin one I install. Makes adding custom content to sidebars on a per-page basis an absolute breeze. Very flexible, you can type PHP and shortcodes in the text area and it displays whatever you want. A must have for any WordPress site developer.
- WP 4.3. compatibility update.
- WP 4.1. compatibility update.
- Added settings reset button.
- Fixed: default settings weren’t getting imported on initial plugin activation.
- Added support for shortcodes.
- Updated deprecated functions usage and removed php notices.
- WP 3.9 compatibility update.
- Bug Fix: after plugin activation existing widgets had to be re-saved, otherwise they were displayed with default settings. No data loss there – just the output issue.
- Changed widget’s content filter to atw_widget_content instead of the default widget_text.
- Bug Fix: atw shortcode filter wasn’t using the right handle.
- Updated all get method operations with esc_attr() to improve security.
- Fix for possible security vulnerability.