Widget is a fancy word for tools or content that you can add, arrange, and remove from the sidebar s and footer of your website or blog. Widgets make it easy to customize the content of your sidebar s and footer. You can learn more about the widgets we offer by checking out the Related links on the right. To add a widget, watch the video below for a quick overview of how it works, and read below for more examples and settings. In your Customizer, click on the Widgets tab.
Create unlimited dynamic sidebars widget areas and insert these into a WordPress post or page. Create as many widget areas Turbo Sidebars from the settings menu, and these can be used multiple times. With the PRO version the widgets can be inserted simply with clicks-not-code using a wizard in the visual editor. Choose the layout options and whether to add the sidebar and widgets before or after the content. Ideal for adding lists of related posts to the end of every post. Each post and page can also be individually excluded from the auto-inclusion of the widgets. The sidebars can also be added to any theme, using template tags. Yes… you can have an unlimited number of sidebars defined.
WordPress widgets are incredibly useful. They let you add all kinds of extra content to your website outside the body of the post or page itself, encouraging users to get information, follow links, or take action. How to add them to your site, how to create widget areas to put them in, how to install plugins that give you more of them, how to code your own widgets, and lots more. In WordPress, widgets are snippets of content that live outside the flow of the page or post content. Widgets contain information, navigation or media that is separate from an individual post or page. In most cases, each widget will be displayed on every page in the site, but you can also register widget areas for specific pages such as the home page.
WordPress Widgets add content and features to your Sidebars. Plugins will often add their own widgets. Widgets require no code experience or expertise. Some WordPress Widgets offer customization and options such as forms to fill out, includes or excludes of data and information, optional images, and other customization features. Plugins that come bundled with widgets can be found in the WordPress Plugin Directory. WordPress comes pre-packaged with a variety of Widgets.