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  • Plugin Author Ella van Durpe


    At this time you can’t edit widgets unfortunately, only posts and pages, and supported post types. However, once I’ve finished planned improvements for that, I’ll look into editing widgets too. 🙂



    Thanks for the quick answer. I think a lot of us would love the ability to edit widgetized pages using a front-page editor. Hope it comes soon.

    Plugin Author Ella van Durpe


    I’ll do my best. I try to release every week or so. Maybe in a week or four I’ll take a look depending on how much time I can put into it. Just basic editing of text widgets would be a cool start.

    Thanks Ella!
    That would definitely be a very good start. Since Genesis relies heavily on widgetized front-pages, this would be helpful.

    Hey Ella,

    Any update on being able to edit text widget in the Front End for widgetized pages?


    Version 1.1 of a front-end editor plugin called The Wunderbar was just released today, and it lets you create editable Widgets just like you’re describing. The Wunderbar adds a WYSIWYG editor to WordPress, like WordPress’s “Front End Editor” but with much greater capabilities. It edits pages and posts with extensive word-proccessor-style formatting options.

    The just-released version also allows comments to be edited, plus it adds a Wunderbar widget. The widget works just like the built-in text widget, except this one enables full WYSIWYG editing of the widget contents on any page they appear.

    You can learn more about the Wunderbar editing plugin (including a live demo) at

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