WooSidebars adds functionality to display different widgets in a sidebar, according to a context (for example, a specific page or a category).
Took forever to figure out how to add based on product categories. Created category for each product then had to use the Taxonomy terms and select "products in the "x" category" and the woocommerce product categories tab.
Luckily we only have a few products so it works. We wanted to add testimonials (reviews) of the product page in the widget area so works great
This plugin works great if I wanted to setup sidebars for blog posts and have separate sidebars for my store pages. This however, isn't enough. I should be able to select what categories I want to display a sidebar on, not just all categories. This is desparately needed for WooCommerce in order to create different filters for different WooCommerce product categories.
This plugin works perfectly for different posts.
Works perfect for me, easy to use!!
All different footers for categories, tags and pages.
I like it
With WooSidebars you can put a specific sidebar on almost(?) any page, post, CPT, template, etc., etc. Part of every website I build.
WooSidebars is so easy to use!
I wrote the code for to put custom sidebars in diferent categories, but when I test this plugin in one of my blogs, I'm adding the plugin in all my webs.
Thanks so much!
After creating a couple of unique sidebars for specific pages and getting all excited, the "unique" sidebars showed up on every page on my site except the "home" page, obviously not what I wanted.
I set it up for only select category codes, but on every single post on every single category there is a check mark for the unique sidebar, which I cannot remove.
Disappointing and zero support.
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