If you get confused by which widget area a widget is attached to when browsing your site then this plugin can help.
The plugin shows the widget area names on non-admin pages and posts. This adds the widget area title to widget $params[‘before_widget’]. This will only display for the edit_posts capabilities. You must use print $params[‘before_widget’] in your widget definitions to view the area name.
If the widget area is empty then no widget area name is displayed.
Recently added a jQuery toggle to the admin menu bar to quickly hide/show the widget area names. See +/- swan link in admin bar.
This section describes how to install the plugin and get it working.
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Change the included css file to your liking.
- You will find a link added to the Admin Bar to toggle Show Widget Area Names (+/- swan).
- How does it work?
The plugin uses the formatting of properly setup widgets and appends the widget area name using before_widget. You will find a link added to the Admin Bar to toggle “swan.”
No me funciono no se si es por mi plantilla o por la versión wordpress. pero no me dio la vista que nesecitaba
Contributors & Developers
“Show Widget Area Names (SWAN)” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
Interested in development?
- Update method hooks to visibility public and static for php warnings.
- Back to 1.0.10.
- Update to CLASS to actual class name. Tested on 4.0.0. Update change log.
- Update to default to hidden until clicked in admin bar.
- Update latest working version.
- Added the JQuery toggle to admin bar. Update latest working version.
- Added the JQuery toggle to admin bar.
- Trying to get screenshots working
- This is the major version.