Support » Plugin: Content Blocks (Custom Post Widget) » Using "Custom Post Widget"

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  • Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk


    Hi Grego99,

    My preferred plugin for assigning widgets to specific pages is the Widget Logic plugin because it is very lightweight:

    If you prefer a non-code method you can try Widget Visibility which comes with the Jetpack plugin:

    Hi Johan
    Thanks for getting back to me. After I sent the email to you I found the Logic widget and managed to work it out with the short code. So again thank you.

    However I have one other problem I’m hoping you may be able to help me with?

    Part of the reason I wanted to have different sidebar information on different posts and pages was that I want to monetise the posts by placing relevant affiliate links in each post.
    So as an example I have a post on iphone photography and want to have a Amazon associate advertisement in the sidebar that is relevant to that post.
    My problem is how do I copy the Amazon code and paste it into a content box so it works correctly?
    I have copyed the code. It was an “Iframe”. (the code included an image which I want to appear in the sidebar) (banner), However it does not appear to be working properly. as all that appears on the post sidebar is a copy of the code I pasted into the content box and not the image with affiliate link.
    Any suggestions on what I am doing wrong?

    Plugin Author Johan van der Wijk


    Make sure you paste the code in the editor while you are in ‘Text’ view because it does not work when you use the WYSIWYG editor.

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