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  • Resolved cdragin

    (@cdragin)


    I am having trouble getting widgets to show up on my blog page (and only my blog page) using the Widget Logic plug-in. I have a static front page called “home” and the post page is called “blog”.

    In Widget Logic, I would think the tag to enter for a widget to appear only on the blog page would be “is_page(‘blog’) but that doesn’t work. What is the correct conditional tag for the posts page?

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  • Solved the problem.

    I had to set home to is_front_page(), then is_home() worked to display widgets on the blog page.

    K-Fella

    (@k-fella)

    I’m having this same problem. Can you explain your solution? I don’t understand what you mean.

    beveraii

    (@beveraii)

    I’ve been able to get is_home() working to conditionally display a widget sidebar but it doesn’t seem to work to hide other elements…ie. !is_home()

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