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How can I hide the search box on static pages but display it at the top of my sidebar on blog page & post pages?

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Danny

H Bartok,

 

If you wish to control how widget display i.e. on specific pages or posts etc...

 

Then I recommend you install the plugin Widget Logic, it allows you to display/hide widgets on a per page/post basis.

 

http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/widget-logic/


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