Support » Plugin: User Role Widget Areas » The URWA – All Logged In Users doesn't exist

  • Resolved thanosargiroulis

    (@thanosargiroulis)


    Hello!

    I seem to cannot locate or identify the bit named “URWA – All Logged In Users” (the widget also described in the URWA Documents, in paragraph 4).

    The only two widgets to find (and which I can drag to the right area of widget placing) aree the URWA User Role and the URWA User Status.

    As a result, I placed those 2 widgets in the footer area, and then other widgets did appear.

    Though, when I visit any page or post, the data (text, etch) that was placed in the post is not appearing (page appears only with logos, widgets and menus).

    Can the absence of the All Logged In Users be related to the non apearing of pages/posts inputed data?

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/user-role-widget-areas/

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  • Plugin Author Rob Smelik

    (@rob-smelik)

    Hi thanosargiroulis,

    My apologies, in the last update I had re-labeled that widget so it would be more clear to users but I inadvertently forgot to update the documentation to reflect it. The new name of the display widget is “URWA – Users by Role” and it will display all the role based widget areas.

    Alternately the “URWA – Users by Status” display widget, displays the “Users – Logged In” and the “Users – Logged Out” widget areas.

    Hope that helps. I will try and get the documentation updated quickly.

    Cheers,

    Rob

    Hello Rob!

    Thanx for the immediate responce. Yes, it makes sence now.

    But still, I am facing the problem that pages do not show the text within (in opposition to posts, where everything appears as normal).

    Then again, I suspect it is an issue of theme I am using, Just Landing and not of your plugin.

    Cheers.

    Plugin Author Rob Smelik

    (@rob-smelik)

    I just loaded up that theme on my testing server and got it to work but it does require a fair bit of configuration.

    Before you do anything else I recommend dragging an empty text widget into every sidebar/widget area that the theme provides and give it a title that corresponds to the name of that area.

    For example: In Sidebar Block 1 you would give the text widget a title of Sidebar Block 1

    After that create a new Page and label it whatever you want. Then you need to select the Template from the Page Attributes options. This will define the sidebar configuration which this theme uses to build the page. Once that is done save your newly created Page and hop on over to Settings > Reading. There you want to set your Front Page to a static front page and select your newly created page from the list. The widgets should now show up.

    Some themes you simply have to activate and you are done others require a bit more configuration. This one looks like it has a good bit of documentation in the Theme Options about the setup. It is possible that something was overlooked.

    Hope that helps!

    Rob

    Thanx! It did help.

    I needed to define the template. Everything works!
    You are so great, thank you Rob!!

    Plugin Author Rob Smelik

    (@rob-smelik)

    No problem at all.

    If you like the plugin and have been happy with the support, would love if you could drop me a review.

    Thanks!

    Rob

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