Simply hide widgets on specified pages. Adds checkboxes to each widget to either show or hide it on every site page.
Works exactly like I want it to.
My only issue is that I have lots of pages so having to scroll through them can get tedious. The +/- expand/collapse helps, it's just within the pages list that there's a lot to scroll through. It's good that the list is in alphabetical order though, and the hierarchy is there in brackets too which also helps.
This plugin works great, but is a bit cumbersome on sites with lots of pages.
Say I have a custom menu widget that I only want to show (or not show) on one group of pages, made up of a parent page, child pages, and child of child pages. The checkbox selector shows an alphabetical list of pages, instead of ordered in the site's hierarchy. So, I have to go through the whole list very carefully to make sure I have everything in the single group I'm working on. That can get very tedious with a list of a hundred or more pages.
If the display were a bit wider, to allow longer page names to fit on one line, and if pages were listed by "order" as they show on the "All Pages" screen, showing parent and child pages more clearly, it would be perfect. But there isn't anything better available at the moment that I can find, so...
Works like a charm, But when I update to new wordpress version showing random behavior. Look at [ link redacted, please do not post links in the reviews section ] to see the problem.
It just works :)
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