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  • I wanted to create a simple website without posts or comments and I was able to use Albino Mouse to do what I wanted. I would give it 5 stars if it had another widget or two in addition to the two it comes with. Also, I should add that without the “visibility” button added by jetpack to each of my widgets, the theme would not have worked for me. But, happily, jetpack worked well with it.

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  • Theme Author Stefan Brechbuehl

    (@pixelstrolch)

    Thanks for your review!
    I’m afraid the amount of widget areas doesn’t fit your needs. I wonder where you find it useful to place an additional widget area?
    I disagree that the function of the visibility button must be a part of a theme.

    I didn’t state that well. I meant that without the visibility button I would not have been able to do the type of website I wanted to do. But Jetpack exists, so no worries.

    Regarding your widget question: I have one widget that appears on the static Welcome page sidebar only. Also, I have to use the Search widget in the sidebar to cover up some of the items WP inserts – the words “Archives” and “Meta” keep showing up if I don’t cover them with the Search button. Thus, on most of my pages the only thing in the sidebar is the Search button. I would like to add more to each page’s sidebar. Did I explain that well enough? Take a look at my website to see what I mean: http://www.bigapplenets.org.

    Theme Author Stefan Brechbuehl

    (@pixelstrolch)

    The archives and meta widgets are placeholders if the sidebar is activated but no widget has been enabled yet. You don’t need to add the search widget just to disable them.
    There are page templates available. You might use the full-width page template since you don’t need a sidebar at all.

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