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[Resolved] [Plugin: Simple Page Specific Sidebars] This might help someone

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  • Plugin Author ivycat

    @ivycat

    Seriously cool comment, Tegan. Thanks!

    We use Roots quite a bit and will work on making this plugin work automatically without having to do anything special.

    Cheers!

    Plugin Contributor Daniel Gilfoy

    @dgilfoy

    Hell tegan,

    Every theme (and even themes with different versions) names their default sidebar something different. Since this plugin overwrites the old sidebar with the new, depending upon the page, it needs the sidebar slug to work.

    I actually developed this plugin on a dev site using the roots theme. It was an older version, pre-bootstrap even, and so the default was using that slug. To be compatible with other themes (I couldn’t find a way to programatically detect the primary slug) I added a settings page where you can enter in your primary slug.

    For instance, I noticed on a newer (not sure if newest) version of roots, the primary sidebar is called roots-sidebar. I added this and it worked.

    You can still add this to the theme’s sidebar file still, that of course does work too.

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