Easily assign custom, widget-enabled sidebars to any page.
This plugin is very helfull ... but I don't understand how to insert it into post pages ..
Somebody can help me
Thank you very much
I'm faced with rebuilding a site with many submenus. It's really perplexing to have to spend hours dealing with Widgets and Sidebars to keep it all straight in my head, as the WP default management of this kind of thing is STILL neither simple nor intuitive, and always takes me a lot of time to get through.
I installed this plug-in, and that was all I needed; done in 15 minutes. Amazing piece of work! It gives WP users the kind of simple, modular control over Sidebar content that users of other CMS (such as Joomla!) have had for years. A piece of my next paycheck from this client will go to the developer. Oh, and it works perfectly in WP 4.2.2
This is so slick and easy to use I could cry. It would have saved me HOURS if I'd installed it first. Fantastic plugin!
Works as advertised - custom sidebars without having to modify my theme. Intergration with WordPress is super clean. I'm using WP 4.2.2 and no issues so far, this plugin is a delight! Thanks!
I've been looking for such plugin long time now! Only question, where or how do I delete sidebars, rename them, etc...? I can't find such option anywhere in the wp interface!
This plugin works well if you just want to replace the main sidebar on pages, nothing fancy. You can create the custom sidebar for a page very easily, or use the same custom sidebar for multiple pages.
It doesn't do very much more than that, which holds true it's name "Simple Page Sidebars".
Just the right amount of functionality. Perfect.
"Simple" is a great description, because this plugin is easy to use, making it hassle-free to add customized sidebars to each page (why WP doesn't have this option is beyond me!). It was a little confusing at first because I was looking in widgets for a way to create a new sidebar, but the way you do that is select a sidebar option on the page editor, which creates the sidebar and then you see the link right there to take you to it and add your info. Super simple. Thanks, guys!
Simple and yet meets scenarios that get stuck between design and content.
I've used this in the past when I needed custom sidebars. Fast, clean, easy to use.
I just used this for the first time with a custom post type. Just add the code mentioned to your functions.php & substitute the name of your custom post type & you're golden.
Works as a charm, thanks
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