Dynamic Widgets gives you full control on which pages a widget will display. It lets you dynamicly show or hide widgets on WordPress pages.
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Sorry, Dynamic Widgets is not compatible with PHP4. Look for another hosting company. The one you're having now don't deserve your money.
Yes, you can. In the Dynamic Widgets Overview page, click the 'Advanced >' link at the bottom. You should see if
wp_head() is called in your theme. It is possible Dynamic Widgets can't detect if the theme is calling
wp_head(). Please contact the author of the theme to ask for it. You can also of course just try Dynamic Widgets to see if it works.
Yes, but only if you activate the plugin on a per site base. Network Activation is not supported. Extra note: It seems that sometimes for some reason DW does not show up on individual sites within a WP Network without a network activation. You can use Multisite Plugin Manager to overcome this problem.
Did you save the options? If you did, you may try to hit the (i) icon a bit to the right and read the text which appears below.
A logical AND means that ALL rules must be met before the action takes place. A logical OR means that when ANY rule is met, the action takes place.
You probably have more than 500 pages. Building a tree with so many pages slows down the performance of the plugin dramatically. To prevent time-out errors, the child-function has been automatically disabled. You can however raise this limit by clicking on the 'Advanced >' link at the bottom of the Widgets Overview page and raise the number next to the Page limit box.
Try setting the plugin to the 'OLD' method. You can do this by clicking on the 'Advanced >' link at the bottom of the Widgets Overview page and check the box next to 'Use OLD method'. See if that helps. Setting the plugin using the 'OLD' method comes with a downside unfortunately. It may leave you behind with a visible empty sidebar.
Yes! You can switch between FILTER and OLD method without any loss of widgets configuration or whatsoever.
Your theme probably uses a 'default display widgets policy'. When a sidebar becomes empty, the theme detects this and places widgets by default in it. The plugin can't do anything about that. Ask the theme creator how to fix this.
Since version 3.8, WPEC uses the by WordPress provided Custom Post Types and Custom Taxonomies. Dynamic Widgets supports Custom Post Types and Custom Taxonomies. You'll find the WPEC Categories under the 'Categories (Products)' section.
Please check the Issue Tracker first. The bug might have been reported and even maybe already fixed. When not, you can file a bugreport. Please note the procedure how to create a dump in the previous answer. After you've filed the report, I'll get back to you asap.
Requires: 3.0.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.9.2
Last Updated: 2014-7-16
Active Installs: 80,000+
10 of 13 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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