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#1 patrick

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Posted 15 October 2009 - 02:58 AM

Hello Andrew,

I am still having some difficulty customizing the widgets that display on certain pages of my blog. I am first going to Edit Page for the page in question and checking the box next to Content Sidebar and then "Update Page." Next, I go to Appearance > Widgets and drag the available widgets into the Content Sidebar dropdown in the r-h column. This currently shows "Calendar" as the only item I have placed in the Content Sidebar dropdown, but when I refresh

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, it still shows the Category and Tag widgets but nothing else. Any advice or recommendations would be much appreciated.

Also, I am wondering if "on" is the only value that goes in the Custom Fields form under Edit Page. I only know that it magically appears when I click on the check box at the bottom of the page. Just wondering it there are other "values" that I should know about.

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Patrick

#2 arpowers

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Posted 15 October 2009 - 08:49 PM

I am still having some difficulty customizing the widgets that display on certain pages of my blog. I am first going to Edit Page for the page in question and checking the box next to Content Sidebar and then "Update Page." Next, I go to Appearance > Widgets and drag the available widgets into the Content Sidebar dropdown in the r-h column. This currently shows "Calendar" as the only item I have placed in the Content Sidebar dropdown, but when I refresh my main blog page, it still shows the Category and Tag widgets but nothing else. Any advice or recommendations would be much appreciated.


This might be a problem with the blog page, (it handles custom fields differently) I might add a fix for this in an update. Also take a look at the 'widget logic' plugin

Just wondering it there are other "values" that I should know about.


All the page interface does is add custom fields which are used to control the look in the template. So no, I don't think so :)