Widget Logic WordPress Plugin

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Tired of customizing your site and need an easy way to add the widget logic without having to mess with code? Widget Logic WordPress Plugin lets you control on which pages widgets appear using WordPress conditional tags. It gives every widget an extra control field called “Widget logic” that lets you display it on certain pages. You can use simple whether-or-not logic or advanced custom PHP code for your rules, allowing you to show a widget only when you wish. 

Simply add the logic to each widget in the backend and it will only display if the given condition is met. It gives every widget an extra control that lets you use WP’s conditional tags to control the pages that the widget will appear. It works out of the box with no programming knowledge required. Every widget can now have its own custom control. By using simple conditional tags you can show widgets on selected pages, posts, or custom post types. 

You can also use the special “widget_content” filter to make text or other widgets appear only on pages, posts, or custom post types that match your criteria. It gives you a text box in your widgets administration page where you can add PHP code to define which pages the widget appears on. You can use Widget Logic to show or hide your WordPress blog widgets on pages like: 

  • the home page, 
  • category archive pages and posts, 
  • individual posts/pages, and more!

Place widgets on the sidebar easily and use the Widget Configuration panel to configure each widget and drag and drop them inside the sidebar. You can remove all widgets or remove specific widgets from the sidebars of your site. Widget Logic includes a debug mode to showcase your widget conditions on each page of your site. It can also be used in themes to show or hide parts of the theme.

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Tired of customizing your site and need an easy way to add the widget logic without having to mess with code? Widget Logic WordPress Plugin lets you control on which pages widgets appear using WordPress conditional tags. It gives every widget an extra control field called “Widget logic” that lets you display it on certain pages. You can use simple whether-or-not logic or advanced custom PHP code for your rules, allowing you to show a widget only when you wish. 

Simply add the logic to each widget in the backend and it will only display if the given condition is met. It gives every widget an extra control that lets you use WP’s conditional tags to control the pages that the widget will appear. It works out of the box with no programming knowledge required. Every widget can now have its own custom control. By using simple conditional tags you can show widgets on selected pages, posts, or custom post types. 

You can also use the special “widget_content” filter to make text or other widgets appear only on pages, posts, or custom post types that match your criteria. It gives you a text box in your widgets administration page where you can add PHP code to define which pages the widget appears on. You can use Widget Logic to show or hide your WordPress blog widgets on pages like: 

  • the home page, 
  • category archive pages and posts, 
  • individual posts/pages, and more!

Place widgets on the sidebar easily and use the Widget Configuration panel to configure each widget and drag and drop them inside the sidebar. You can remove all widgets or remove specific widgets from the sidebars of your site. Widget Logic includes a debug mode to showcase your widget conditions on each page of your site. It can also be used in themes to show or hide parts of the theme.

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