Widgets on Pages WordPress Plugin

Our newest WordPress plugin Widgets on Pages has just been released (and actually already improved and upgraded to 0.0.2). The plugin allows for a widget area (sidebar) to be populated  and then shown inline in a the core content of a page or post.

This can be very useful if you need to, for example, display separate areas of content on the front page of your site… and all the time making sure the content is still manageable by normal wordpress content managers.

At present the plugin only supports one definable widget area that can be used (though it can be included in multiple pages and/or posts.

The latest version of the plugin can be found at the WordPress.org plugin repository.

Our other plugins are listed on our WordPress plugins page

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2 Responses to “Widgets on Pages WordPress Plugin”

Brent says:

Thanks for the plugin. Looks like it will do exactly what I need it to do IF I can include it on a project page. I would think if I included it in the category.php template it would work but no luck so far. Any ideas?

Todd Halfpenny says:

Hey Brent,

Seems like there are other means to do what you want which are probably better suited (if I understand correctly what you’re after).

Try searching for something like “adding sidebars to footers” and a myriad of results should come up.

I would think this is a better way forward for you as this plugin primarily gives you the feature to add the widget area “inline” inside post or page content.

If I’ve got this wrong then please reply and I’ll have another think about it.

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