Support » Plugin: Widgets on Pages » Widget with multiple pages

  • Resolved jake123f

    (@jake123f)



    Hello,
    I was wondering how to display all the pages of a widget within the page that contains the short code of this plugin.
    Currently, when I navigate to a different page, I get redirected outside the page created with that short code’s plugin.
    I’m not sure if the premium version will make things different.

    • This topic was modified 11 months, 3 weeks ago by  jake123f.
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  • Plugin Author toddhalfpenny

    (@toddhalfpenny)

    Hi @jake123f,

    I’ve got to be honest, I’m not sure I follow your question.
    Do you have a link to a page I can look at, and could you try explaining again, please?

    Thanks, Todd

    You have to be logged into the website to see it.
    I have a plugin that has a widget. That widget displays a menu with pages that are generated from that plugin. I’m trying to display those pages on the default theme’s or WordPress page. When I use “Widgets on Pages” to display that widget on the default WordPress page, it properly displays that menu on WordPress page. However, when I try to open a page from the menu on WordPress page, it opens the page generated from the plugin.
    So, how can I make those pages, opened from the menu on WordPress page, to display their contents on the WordPress page as well?
    Thanks a lot.

    • This reply was modified 11 months, 3 weeks ago by  jake123f.
    Plugin Author toddhalfpenny

    (@toddhalfpenny)

    @jake123f Apologies, I still don’t 100% follow.
    Could you please confirm if the widget works as expected when you use it a normal sidebar, or does it behave the same?

    Perhaps you can share the name of the plugin that creates this page menu?

    Ta, Todd

    Yes, the widget works as expected, but displays pages generated by the plugin of that widget. I just want the contents of those pages, from the widget, to display in WordPress page.

    Plugin Author toddhalfpenny

    (@toddhalfpenny)

    Hi @jake123f,

    I’m not sure you answered my question… what other plugin are you referring to? And also, does the other plugin do want you want when the widget is shown in the sidebar?

    I ask this as my current thinking is that “Widgets on Pages” is working as expected, but this other plugin is not… but I’d like to work out exactly what is up.

    Hello,
    Could you email me a secure/private email and I will send you the access credentials for you to see it?
    Your plugin is working properly by displaying the widget on WordPress Page. However, as I said, the widget has a menu with tabs that open pages generated by that widget’s plugin. Those pages are not WordPress pages. So, I’m trying to see if your plugin “Widgets on Pages” can display those plugin generated pages on WordPress pages as well.
    The plugin (not yours) that generates the pages works well. I just want those pages to display on WordPress pages instead so that I can restrict access to it with WooCommerce Membership, which can only restrict or control access to a WordPress page.

    • This reply was modified 11 months, 3 weeks ago by  jake123f.
    Plugin Author toddhalfpenny

    (@toddhalfpenny)

    Hi @jake123f,

    It would be a very bad idea to share your login credentials.

    Thanks for the further explanation… I think I see now that you want these external pages to be displayed in WordPress. This would not be something that the Widgets on Pages plugin will do.

    I suggest that you post to the general WordPress.org forum as you may well have luck there… and maybe one search term you could use is “iframe” as this might be a way to achieve what you’re after.

    Good luck

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