The easy way to Add Widgets or Sidebars to Posts and Pages using shortcodes or template tags.
This plugin has now been superceeded by the brand new Turbo Widgets and I recommend you use that instead of this one.
As well as being more actively maintained it also now allows widgets to be added using the lovely WYSIWYG editor so no need to deal with shortcodes... woohoo! There is also a PRO version that includes the ability to edit the included widgets direct from the post/page via the WYSIWYG editor and the wonderful new Turbo Sidebars.
''And back to Widgtes on Pages''
The easy way to Add Widgets to Posts and/or Pages. Allows 'in-page' widget areas so widgets can be defined via shortcut straight into page/post content.
There is one default widget area that can be used or you can add more from the settings menu. You can currently have an unlimited number of sidebars.
Each sidebar can be called indepentenly by a shortcode and you can call more than one per post/page.
Sidebars can be included in the post/page by using a shortcode like
[widgets_on_pages id=x] where
x is the number of the sidebar.
Sidebars can also be named via the Widgets on Pages options page and that name can be used instead of the
''NOTE'' : see changelog for use if using the named sidebars
Requires: 2.8 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5.7
Last Updated: 11 months ago
Active Installs: 70,000+
1 of 3 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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