In this tutorial we will show how easy it is to remove a sidebar from any page or post and get a full-width layout. This method will work in all modern, well-coded WordPress themes using only the best plugin to hide sidebars! No coding. No custom templates.
Content Aware Sidebars version 3.7 has been released, and it includes some major features that will help you take complete control over your widgets and sidebars. It might even change the way you think about WordPress widget areas in general. Let’s take a look inside!
The Display Widgets plugin was recently removed from the official WordPress Plugin Repository because it contained a backdoor to publish spam content to sites using it. While the latest update of the plugin is safe to use, it is highly recommended to replace it. See the best Display Widgets alternatives here. Continue Reading »
This release fixes a few reported bugs and includes performance and memory improvements, making Content Aware Sidebars even faster. It’s now possible to change the markup of widget areas and insert widgets in reusable blocks that e.g. can be used in WordPress Page Builders!
This release of Content Aware Sidebars introduces some awesome new free and Pro features and improvements that makes it even easier to create and display sidebars on your site. It also comes with the most user-friendly WordPress Widget Manager you have ever seen. Let’s take a look at the highlights!
Twenty Seventeen is a great default theme for WordPress with many features and options to personalize it. Unfortunately it doesn’t display a sidebar on pages, which can be important on business sites. This guide will show you how to easily add Twenty Seventeen Page Sidebars. No hacks, no child theme.
Do you need a different sidebar on a page on your WordPress site? In this Content Aware Sidebars tutorial, you will learn how to display a WordPress sidebar on a post or page of your choice. It doesn’t even require any code or edited theme files.