WP Page Widget
[resolved] erratic and delayed working (7 posts)

  1. cfabrice
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I use wordpress 3.2.1 with twenty eleven theme.
    I have several pages based on the template with sidebar.
    Classic wordpress widgets management works as long as WP Page Widget is deactivated.
    Once activated and when I do use custom widget management on those pages, old settings I tried from before deactivating appear, then disappear... it is very strange.
    I really don't understand, I will try soon another wordpress install but I doubt as the one i'm currently using is quite fresh !
    It is a pity because this plugin, if it works, would be awesome ;-)
    Thanks anyway for your efforts till now, it shows that micro widgets management is possible and is a real need in wordpress.


  2. CodeAndMore
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Dear cfabrice,
    Could you clarify: appear vs disappear so we know more before investigate the problem?
    Best regards,
    Tien[ Signature moderated. ]

  3. cfabrice
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Ok: when I set a widget to display on a page, it doesn't show.
    later, after, for example, getting back to standard WP widget management and then again to your plugin management with a new setting, it is sometimes the previous setting that shows up in the widgets !
    but i can't tell you more as i have been trying a lot of things and i couldn't see any particular logic or sequence as I had none in my experimenting.

  4. cfabrice
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I've read the other posts and i must still precise this:
    - I'm using a child theme (under twenty eleven)
    - my wordpress install (3.2.1) is in french
    If it matters...
    thank you anyway.

  5. CodeAndMore
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Dear cfabrice,
    Thank you for trying to explain. Our dynamic widget plugin works separately with WP default widgets interface.
    So perhaps you expectation is: when you make changes in WordPress widget default interface you want these changes appear by default in our interface then you can customize from there?
    Best regards,
    Tien[ Signature moderated. ]

  6. cfabrice
    Posted 3 years ago #

    no ! I understood that your management is separated...
    But this is very strange: can you tell me if it is the same for you.
    I made a fresh database, i installed a fresh wordpress in english - everything is brand new and clean. no extension installed.
    I have 2 widgets on the homepage. and if I look in the wp wordpress widget interface, there are none on the sidebar.
    If then I change a static page to the template with the sidebar, I then get the same 2 widgets on the page (archive and meta). Strange isn't it ?
    if then I add a text widget on the sidebar it works fine and the previous 2 initial widgets don't appear anymore.
    So this is one thing to do first, it is like it activates wp widgets management.
    then i installed your extension for posts and pages and for main sidebar and footer 1.
    I edit a page based on the sidebar template, i select custom in your interface. I take off the text widget that I had set previously and put the calendar widgets instead. I save the widget, i update the page. and then what i get in my browser is again the 2 defautls widgets from the very beginning: archives and meta !!!
    Very strange isn't it ?
    I'm sure it is not my mac, it is brand new too.
    all of this is with the default theme twenty eleven. and I'm running WP locally using MAMP.
    Any idea ?

  7. cfabrice
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I think I got it !
    on a page with custom widget managing activated, if i drag a widget from the available widgets and then i save the page, there is no widgets saved !
    but if i drag this time the widget from the inactive widgets lists, then it looks like it is working !!!
    I don't really know what is the difference, but if it works perfect, you have no idea of the success you plugin will have ;-)
    Thank you !

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