Support » Themes and Templates » “Links With Style” Widget in theme–huh?

  • Resolved Taryn

    (@ladytike)


    I’ve noticed in my admin widgets panel, there’s an extra available widget called “Links With Style” in the theme I’m using, Theme 200. If I drag it to my sidebar, nothing different happens. What is this, how do I access it/configure it, etc?

    Thanks!

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  • Can you refer to the widget/plugin link? A search in google shows no results.

    Hmmm, I’m afraid I’m a widget virgin. I can’t find where the code is. My site is Ikenouye.com, and for instance, the link to the style sheet is here. I signed into my hosting control panel and tried to view some of the files through there, like the index.php and header.php, but I’m getting a fatal error. But I don’t get an errors when viewing my site. Is that a problem?

    Here’s a link to my widgets.php file, but it’s not located in my theme directory. Is that the problem? I don’t know much about how these widgets work.

    Hmmm-getting a fatal error with that link–I don’t know why or what to do. It doesn’t seem to be affecting my site, though. Confused.

    Moderator Samuel Wood (Otto)

    (@otto42)

    WordPress.org Admin

    I’ve seen that Links with Style widget before. Some themes have it in their functions.php file. Yes, themes can add widgets too. 🙂

    Anyway, I’d just ignore it. I know what the purpose of it was, but it’s really no longer needed, the normal links widget evolved to be better than that Links with Style thing.

    OK–good to know. I was worried I was missing out on some spectacular, wonderful thing. 🙂

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