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A plugin for managing the display of widgets on a page by page basis. Using widgets as a post type. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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A plugin for managing the display of widgets on a page by page basis. Using widgets as a post type.
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Widget Wrangler You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Widget Wrangler
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<strong>As of version 2.3, Widget Wrangler requires PHP 5.3 or higher</strong> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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<strong>As of version 2.3, Widget Wrangler requires PHP 5.3 or higher</strong>
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Installation Instructions
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Alter WordPress Sidebar HTML You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Alter WordPress Sidebar HTML
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Widget Wrangler Setup Screencast
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When you Copy a WordPress widget, it creates a new widget post in the Widget Wrangler system with the settings for the original WordPress widget pre-filled. A copied widget will contain the original widget form for the WP widget. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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When you Copy a WordPress widget, it creates a new widget post in the Widget Wrangler system with the settings for the original WordPress widget pre-filled. A copied widget will contain the original widget form for the WP widget.
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Mostly. Widgets designed for WordPress 3+ are able to be used with the 'Copy WP Widget' option in the Widget Wrangler menu. Widgets programmed for older versions of WordPress may not work. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Mostly. Widgets designed for WordPress 3+ are able to be used with the 'Copy WP Widget' option in the Widget Wrangler menu. Widgets programmed for older versions of WordPress may not work.
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In the widget-wrangler directory there is a file named 'templates/widget.php'. Copy this file to your theme's root directory and rename it 'widget.php'. You can edit the HTML in the file to have widgets defaultly appear as you want. To template specific widgets, save a copy of templates/widget.php as widget-[widget ID].php in your theme directory. (eg. widget-121.php, where 121 is the widget's ID) You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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In the widget-wrangler directory there is a file named 'templates/widget.php'. Copy this file to your theme's root directory and rename it 'widget.php'. You can edit the HTML in the file to have widgets defaultly appear as you want. To template specific widgets, save a copy of templates/widget.php as widget-[widget ID].php in your theme directory. (eg. widget-121.php, where 121 is the widget's ID)
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The easiest way is to go to the standard Widget area under the Appearance admin menu item and drag the "Widget Wrangler - Corral" widget into the sidebar area where you want it, then select which Widget Wrangler corral should be shown from the widget options. The other way requires you to edit your template files and find any instance of the dynamic_sidebar() function. Replace these functions with ww_dynamic_sidebar('corral_slug'). You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The easiest way is to go to the standard Widget area under the Appearance admin menu item and drag the "Widget Wrangler - Corral" widget into the sidebar area where you want it, then select which Widget Wrangler corral should be shown from the widget options. The other way requires you to edit your template files and find any instance of the dynamic_sidebar() function. Replace these functions with ww_dynamic_sidebar('corral_slug').
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A widget's post ID is displayed in the 'Options' panel when editing that widget. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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A widget's post ID is displayed in the 'Options' panel when editing that widget.
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Widget Wrangler comes with built in shortcode support for each widget. To show a single widget in a content area, use the shortcode pattern of [ww_widget id={post_id}]. ie. [ww_widget id=240] where 240 is the post_id of the widget. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Widget Wrangler comes with built in shortcode support for each widget. To show a single widget in a content area, use the shortcode pattern of [ww_widget id={post_id}]. ie. [ww_widget id=240] where 240 is the post_id of the widget.
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Be aware that on new Widget Wrangler installs, "Theme Compatibility" is enabled by default. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Be aware that on new Widget Wrangler installs, "Theme Compatibility" is enabled by default.
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With the new "Theme compatibility" setting, it is possible for the widget's html to come from 2 places. If Theme Compatibility is not enabled, then all the html for widgets come from Widget Wrangler's widget template (widget.php). With Theme Compatibility enabled, the outer html for the widget comes from the registered sidebar's properties ($before_widget, $before_title, etc), while the inner content html comes from the widget template. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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With the new "Theme compatibility" setting, it is possible for the widget's html to come from 2 places. If Theme Compatibility is not enabled, then all the html for widgets come from Widget Wrangler's widget template (widget.php). With Theme Compatibility enabled, the outer html for the widget comes from the registered sidebar's properties ($before_widget, $before_title, etc), while the inner content html comes from the widget template.
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A Corral is an arbitrary group of widgets. WordPress calls them "sidebars", but they are not ultimately limited by that terminology. You could have multiple Corrals appear within a single Sidebar if needed. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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A Corral is an arbitrary group of widgets. WordPress calls them "sidebars", but they are not ultimately limited by that terminology. You could have multiple Corrals appear within a single Sidebar if needed.
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