Widget Logic lets you control on which pages widgets appear using WP's conditional tags. It also adds a 'widget_content' filter.
Writing a PHP condition directly is definitely faster and more granular than what any fancy dialog form could ever strive for. It's somewhat a quick-and-dirty kind of solution but then if you look at WordPress under the bonnet it's not exactly a paragon of good coding practices either so I'd be hypocritical to complain about that. What is amazing though is that such a basic functionality as per-page widgets is missing from the core.
thank you so much !!!
It is very useful for hide widgets dynamically.
Thanks. It works great.
A awesome small extension for the widget system!
...and still happy with it!
I don't know how many times this marvelous plugin has saved the day. Many thanks for such a useful tool!
Great plugin for putting a widget just where its needed.
Will use any conditional function in the theme, even custom conditional functions.
Great plug in! Solved the mystery that I was looking for a long time... Thanks! really a great plug in to have in order to have full control on what widgets to display where!
A great way to fill your pages and posts with diferent widgets
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