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Desire Page Widget

Description

This plugin allows adding a single a widget zone in your contents via shortcode.
It comes with a specially designed widget which displays pages content.

Translation

The plugin comes with english and french translations. Feel free to fork me on github if you want me to add yours 🙂

Support

I’ll offer support as much as I can through :
WordPress official page : https://wordpress.org/plugins/desire-page-widget/
Github official page : https://github.com/desirelabs/desire-page-widget

Notice that this plugin is made on my free time, so please, be patient if I don’t answer your requests right away 😉

Installation

Upload the Desire Page Widget plugin to your wp-content/plugins/ blog folder, then activate it.

  • Go to appearance/widgets in your admin menu
  • Add a Desire Page Widget in the freshly created Desire Widget Sidebar
  • Select in the list the page you want to display
  • Name to your widget (usually a name related to the page you’re including)
  • Copy and paste the shortcode [desire_widget_sidebar] into the content you want the sidebar to show up, a page or a post for example

done!

You can use this plugin to create more efficient web pages with the full power of widgets.
Thanks to the custom css classes, you can as well create custom based layout pages.

Have fun !

Contributors & Developers

“Desire Page Widget” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

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