Widget Logic lets you control on which pages widgets appear using WP's conditional tags. It also adds a 'widget_content' filter.
Perfect companion for User Access Manager, does its job brilliantly.
Awesome plugin. As a new WordPress convert I'm still wrapping my head around how it all fits together (as a previous user of Expression Engine). I found this plugin last night and it worked right outta the box! Super easy to figure out how to show different links on different pages based on categories, pages or tags or combinations! Bravo!
I was searching for this kind of plug-in for years. Now I found it. Makes WordPress navigation very powerful.
Those who given it less than 4 stars in rating, I think they just didn't understand this plugin.
Perfect, unobtrusive and exactly what I was looking for.
Plugin powerful, fast and easy to use, 5 stars no doubt!
I've been using this since 2011, and have found it to be central to my site design.
Very useful for removing unnecessary widgets from mobile versions of sites - use
!wp_is_mobile() . (Or install Mobble for more specific conditions)
Using WordPress conditional logic you can set up rules for where you want your widget to appear or be hidden!
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