With WooSidebars, it’s possible to change the widgets that display in a sidebar (widgetized area) according to a context (for example, a specific page, a specific blog post, certain categories or the search results screen). Setting up a custom widget area to display across multiple conditions is as easy as a few clicks.
Looking for a helping hand? View plugin documentation.
Looking to contribute code to this plugin? Fork the repository over at GitHub. Please also read the CONTRIBUTING.md file, bundled within this plugin.
- Where can I find WooSidebars documentation and user guides?
For further documentation on using WooSidebars, please view the WooSidebars Documentation.
- Will WooSidebars work with my theme?
Yes; WooSidebars will work with any theme that supports dynamic widget areas.
- How can I contribute to WooSidebars development?
Looking to contribute code to this plugin? Fork the repository over at GitHub.
(submit pull requests to the “develop” branch)
Ein guter Plugin für die Anpassung der Seite. Weiter so.
Very strange.. It removes the widgets in all the custom areas I created. Yet when I view it on the front end, some widgets are indeed not shoing but some do show, even though in the backend none are displayed (and therefore can't be removed or edited either). Using latest WP and Optimizer theme.. Anybody else had this?
- Ensures condition headings are present before attempting to output in the conditions meta box.
- Security Fix for remove_query_arg vulnerability
- Fixes an error notice on the homepage, caused by the tag check logic.
- WordPress 3.8 compatibility.
- Adds “posts tagged with” condition.
- Bug fix to ensure multiple conditions save correctly.
- Introduces woosidebars_upper_limit filter, used on all database queries, to control scaling.
- Fixes several PHP notices for “undefined index”.
- Fixes “single” condition, where a small section of logic was missing for determining if the condition applied to the current screen being loaded.
- Changes capability for displaying the menu to “edit_theme_options” in line with the “Widgets” menu capability.
- Fixed bug with the “Template Hierarchy -> Pages” condition that wasn’t applying.
- When WordPress SEO is active, dequeue unused stylesheets on the “Widget Areas” “add” and “edit” screens.
- Renamed files according to standards naming convention.
- Added scope to methods and properties where missing.
- Routine hardening and maintenance update. Fixed notice message in WooCommerce integration.
- Fix notice displayed on WooCommerce product pages from the WooSidebars integration.
- Initial WooCommerce integration.
- First release. Woo!