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  • I have the same question …

    When I use the code:
    is_category( ‘internt’ )

    it’s saved as:
    is_category( \’internt\’ )

    and if I save it once more it becomes
    is_category( \\\’internt\\\’ )

    And it just doesn’t work in any case …

    Neither I found a solution 🙁

    Have you tried using the category ID?

    Actually not, I should I do that?

    Give the ID a shot, it should work – separated by comma like this: in_category(5). It’s ‘in_category’, not ‘is_category’, so that should help too.

    Hello,
    I’ve just seen your message…

    I learned I cannot use both visual and advanced option for the same widget, so I tried installing the original plugin also to insert the code you suggested – in my case, I wrote in_category(5). But it doesn’t work.

    Can the two plugins work together? Should I add something to the “in_category(5)” code?

    Thank you

    dave

    (@mozdzanowski)

    cloudfe,

    Did you try it with the “;” (semicolon) after the conditional tag (eg. in_category(5); )? I believe it would break if that’s not in there.

    Tried “in_category(13);”, but nothing 🙁

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