Widget Locationizer permits you to define where you want your widgets to appear. You may specify
the tags, categories, and page/post IDs for which a widget will be displayed. It also provides an option
to exclude the widget from being displayed on selected tags, categories, and post/page IDs. Furthermore,
you can assign a nofollow or dofollow status for a widget’s contents too.
The following is how the plugin decides if a widget should show or not:
- Is it a tag page and the tag is in the list of tags for which to show the widget? If so, show the widget.
- Is it a category page and the tag is in the list of categories for which to show the widget? If so, show the widget.
- Is the page a single page (a single post/page, basically)? If so, is the post/page ID contained in the list of post/page IDs that were entered (if any)? If so, show the widget.
- Is the page a single page, no post/page IDs have been entered for the widget, and the Show on Other Pages option has been selected? If so, show the widget.
- Is the page none of a tag page, category page, or single page and the Show on Other pages option has been selected? If so, show the widget.
- Is the page a single page and is tagged or categorized with a tag or category from the list of tags or categories entered for the widget? If so, show the widget.
- Otherwise, don’t show the widget
- Widget Locationizer plugin
- Check out the other plugins from ToMuse.com and Nick Ohrn of Plugin-Developer.com
- How do I get a widget to display on my homepage? – Select ‘Yes’ for “Should this widget appear on all non-tag and non-category pages?”
- Upload the
widget-locationizerfolder to the
- Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
- Go to
Settings > Widget Location and Followingand checkmark the settings you want to use
- Modify your widgets to make sure they appear where you want them to
Contributors & Developers
“Widget Locationizer” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.