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Conditional Logic: don't display the widget on the actual page

  • ImajWorks
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    @imajworks

    I’ve built a custom sidebar using genesis simple sidebars and I’m using this sidebar “Shop Sidebar” on each of my shop’s pages (which list products using another plugin). I have four categories of products and I’m using the GFWA plugin to feature each of the four pages that display all the products in each category.

    I’d like to have, for example, on the Garden Products page that lists all the products in that category to NOT display the GFWA widget that is for that same page.

    [Garden Products Content] [Sidebar w/ Residential Services, Commercial Services & Other Products]

    Essentially, on each page, I’d like to hide the corresponding widget that features that page — so it’s not so repetitive.

    I think I can do this with conditional logic, but I’m unsure of what I actually need to use.

    Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-featured-widget-amplified/

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