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Default widgets show up when using widget-logic to hide widgets

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kneops    4
kneops

In the primary sidebar I have recents posts and recent comments. I want to disable them on one page, so I use the widget-logic plugin and !is_page('pagename').

This works, but then suddenly default widgets appear, like the calender, archives, categories and meta...

 

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Rob    547
Rob

Hi Kneops,

 

I believe you'll have to manage all the widgets with Widget Logic, but I'm afraid this is something they'll have to support.

 

I recommend looking over http://codex.wordpress.org/Conditional_Tags  and seeking support at: http://wordpress.org/plugins/widget-logic/


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kneops    4
kneops

I solved it for now by adding another sidebar and disabling that for that page.

But I don't believe it has something to do with the widget logic plugin. I use that plugin all the time, even for just one widget to be shown or hidden, and this has never happened before.

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Rob    547
Rob

It could be a plugin conflict with something else that applies a widget.  It's very hard to tell. Check to see if all your plugins are up to date with WordPress.

 

I'm happy you were able to find a solution though.


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Simon    247
Simon

Its worth noting, if no widgets are configured to display in the widget area, then WP will show the defaults, thats probably whats happening.

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