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Display Widgets SEO Plus

説明

The Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin is an updated/upgraded version of the popular Display Widgets Plugin v2.05 and uses your old Display Widgets settings (switch from the old plugin to the new one without loosing your settings: See FAQ below for details).

Major improvements include a significant increase in the number of WordPress conditional functions (like is_attachment() and is_paged()) are now supported. WPML Language Plugin support has been significantly improved* and support for bbPress forums and BuddyPress groups has been added.

  • Display Widgets v2.05 WPML language plugin support wasn’t working correctly, v2.05 language options overrode other options: could only set Show or Hide on a language section. Display Widgets v2.6.2 (latest version) also doesn’t work correctly with the WPML language plugin.

Why Switch From The Display Widgets Plugin V2.6.* to The Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin?

The original developer of the Display Widgets plugin (v2.05) hadn’t updated the plugin for ~3 years, she had stopped offering support and in May 2017 sold the plugin to a new developer who joined the WordPress.org site in May 2017: to date July 6th 2017, he/she hasn’t posted any information about who they are or why they are tracking so much visitor data (see below).

In June 2017 the new developer (WordPress profile name @displaywidget) released the 2.6.0 update which included multiple new bugs and automatically connected to a private server to download and automatically install a Geolocation widget increasing the size of the plugin by around 50MBs!

Note: Plugins in the free WordPress Plugin repository can NOT automatically install code from private servers without the expressed permission of the WordPress site owner (no permission was sought).

The 2.6.0 update also automatically connects to another domain w-p.io (owned by the new developer), the connection tracks (again without permission from the site owner OR the sites visitors) the following valuable visitor data from sites running the Display Widgets 2.6.0 update:

Visitors IP Address – used to track country, region, city and possibly zip code level location!).
Visitors User Agent – which browser, device etc… the visitor is connecting with).
URL of the domain running the Display Widgets Plugin v2.6.0
URL of the webpage the visitor, visited.

The geolocation widget logic feature (I haven’t got it to work in my tests) is apparently capable of showing/hiding widgets to specific countries**. To determine a visitors country of origin, the ONLY data required is the visitors IP address. The new developer does NOT need the other tracked data for the geolocation widget logic feature to work, why are they tracking this valuable user data?

** Note for SEO reasons it’s generally not a good idea to show Google different content to your visitors, if you use this geolocation widget logic feature Google might not see the different content: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6144055?hl=en (be careful).

If you are a Display Widgets plugin v2.6.0 users, the new developer is tracking your visitors without YOUR permission or your visitors permission!!!

To put this into perspective, if half the 200,000+ active Display Widget plugin users upgraded to v2.6.0 and the average site only generates 100 pageviews a day (most sites generate significantly more than this), in the course of a year the new developer would gather valuable data on 3.65 BILLION webpage visits!!! The 2.6.0 update could have collected visitor data on tens of billions of visits in the course of a year without the consent of the site owners or the visitors!!!

WordPress suspended the Display Widgets plugin v2.6.0 from the plugin repository for about a week.

The new developer during that week did not respond to a single support request: he/she later said they didn’t know the support forum would still work while the plugin was suspended.

The new developer released Display Widgets version 2.6.1.

The 2.6.1 update had for the most part reverted back to the old 2.05 code (removing the new bugs) and no longer downloaded the 50MB plus geolocation widget. The connection to w-p.io was gone, it had been replaced with a pretty much identical connection to geoip2.io (another domain that’s owned by the new developer) and tracked the same visitor data as before.

The only major difference was for the tracking to occur Display Widget plugin users had to activate the feature first (to activate go to “Plugins” find the Display Widgets plugin and click “Turn Geolocation On”). At least there’s no more automated tracking, if you keep using the plugin keep that option turned OFF.

The new developer hadn’t included any information about what data they were tracking etc… no privacy policy!

WordPress suspended the Display Widgets plugin v2.6.1 from the plugin repository.

The WordPress Plugin Repository are very understanding of plugin developers, the new developer was given another chance.

On July 6th The new developer released Display Widgets version 2.6.2.

The 2.6.2 code has the exact same visitor tracking described above, the only major change is now there’s a link to a T&C webpage http://geoip2.io/terms.html explaining Display Widget plugin users visitors are tracked.

If you are a Display Widgets plugin v2.6.2 users AND you activate the geolocation widget logic feature, the new developer is tracking your visitors WITH your implied permission (read the T&Cs). However, the new developer does NOT have your visitors permission to track their data, it is the Display Widget plugin users responsibility (your responsibility) to inform your visitors their data is being tracked and stored by a third party.

You should add the relevant information to your privacy policy page to avoid breaking various countries rules (new EU privacy rules for example).

The new update also added new bugs, within hours of release the Display Widgets support forum was receiving a lot of new support requests for multiple new bugs.

Personally I wouldn’t install the Display Widgets plugin versions 2.6.0, 2.6.1 or 2.6.2 on a live site, they track your visitors data and are bug ridden. If you plan to stay with the Display Widgets plugin I would strongly advise downgrading to the old plugin v2.05 at https://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/display-widgets.2.05.zip and never update.

Why Use Display Widgets SEO Plus?

WordPress widgets are awesome, widgets can be used to add all sorts of content to a WordPress sites sidebars and other widget areas (under “Appearance” > “Widgets”). However, the vast majority of WordPress themes lack awareness of what section of the site they are on: by default WordPress widgets lack support for the built in conditional functions like the ones listed below.

Site Section – WordPress Conditional Function

  • Static Front Page – is_front_page()
  • Home Page Archives – is_home()
  • Category Archives – is_category()
  • Tag Archives – is_tag()
  • Dated Archives – is_date()
  • Author Archives – is_author()
  • Search Results – is_search()
  • Archives – is_archive()
  • Posts – is_single()
  • Static Pages – is_page()
  • Attachment Pages – is_attachment()
  • Singular Pages (Posts, Pages, Attachments) – is_singular()
  • 404 Error Page – is_404()
  • Custom Taxonomy Archives – is_tax()
  • Custom Post Type Archives – is_post_type_archive()
  • Specific Custom Post Type – via get_post_type()

In most WordPress themes a widget can’t be set to only load on Tag Archives or only load on Posts, or don’t load on a few selected Static Pages: WordPress by default has NO widget logic.

The Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin adds the above WordPress conditional functions AND other widget logic features to most WordPress widgets. When the Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin is active it’s possible using simple dropdown selections and tick boxes (added to the bottom of widgets under “Appearance” > “Widgets”) to Show OR Hide a widget on a Single Page, a Single Category, only on Posts, only on Tags, only on Search Results and so much more…..

The above conditional options are further extended with these conditional functions:

  • Paged Archives/Paged Comments – via is_paged()
  • Specific Categories
  • Posts Within Specific Categories
  • Specific WPML Languages
  • Specific bbPress sections
  • Specific BuddyPress sections

Works with Custom Taxonomies, Custom Post Types, Custom Post Type Archives and the WPML language plugin, bbPress and BuddyPress.

There are so many widget logic permutations almost anything is achievable now.
WordPress SEO Resources

For WordPress SEO tips and tutorials, check out the following articles:

WordPress SEO Plugins

Tags

Display Widgets, Widget Logic, Dynamic Widgets, Widget Options, Widget Context, Widget, Widgets, Sidebar, WPML, WPML Language, WPML Language Plugin, SEO, Silo SEO, SEO silo structure, WordPress SEO Plugin, WordPress SEO, SEO Plugin, PageRank, PR, Link Benefit, Filter, Conditional, Categories, Custom Taxonomies, BuddyPress, bbPress

スクリーンショット

  • Display Widgets SEO Plus Options on a Widget.

  • Display Widgets SEO Plus Options on a Widget : shows the Categories +/- options open. Note there are six Category condition options.

  • Display Widgets SEO Plus Options on a Widget : shows the Content Types +/- options open. Note there are twenty two condition options.

  • Display Widgets SEO Plus Options on a Widget : shows the Static Pages +/- options open. Select specific pages to hide/show the widget on: the example is set to "Show On Ticked".

  • Display Widgets SEO Plus Options on a Widget : shows the Languages +/- options open, available when the WPML languages plugin is active. Select specific languages to hide/show the widget on: the example is set to "Show On Ticked" AND to "Use Above Options : AND Ticked Languages" which means the earlier ticked options are combined with the language options.

  • Display Widgets SEO Plus Options on a Widget : shows the Languages +/- options open, available when the WPML languages plugin is active. Select specific languages to hide/show the widget on: the example is set to "Hide On Ticked" AND to "Ignore Above Options : Ticked Languages ONLY" which means the earlier ticked options are ignored, only the language options work.

  • Display Widgets SEO Plus Options on a Widget : shows the BuddyPress Plugin widget logic options under Content Types +/-.

  • Display Widgets SEO Plus Options on a Widget : shows the bbPress Plugin widget logic options under Content Types +/-.

インストール

You can use the built in WordPress plugin installer (under ‘Plugins >> Add New : Upload’) and plugin upgrader, or you can install the Display Widgets SEO Plus plugin manually using FTP.

  1. Upload the display-widgets-seo-plus folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory using FTP
  2. Activate the Display Widgets SEO Plus plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Under “Appearance” > “Widgets” each widget includes a new Display Widgets SEO Plus Options section.

FAQ

Installation Instructions

You can use the built in WordPress plugin installer (under ‘Plugins >> Add New : Upload’) and plugin upgrader, or you can install the Display Widgets SEO Plus plugin manually using FTP.

  1. Upload the display-widgets-seo-plus folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory using FTP
  2. Activate the Display Widgets SEO Plus plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Under “Appearance” > “Widgets” each widget includes a new Display Widgets SEO Plus Options section.
How to upgrade the Display Widgets Plugin v2.05 to the new Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin.

To upgrade from Display Widgets v2.05 to the new Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin.

Under “Plugins” > “Installed Plugins” deactivate the Display Widgets Plugin v2.05.

Under “Plugins” > “Add New” use the Keyword Search form to search for “Display Widgets SEO” and install “Display Widgets SEO Plus”.
Activate the Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin.

Deactivating Display Widgets v2.05 and activating Display Widgets SEO Plus won’t change any of your current widget logic options, go to “Appearance” > “Widgets” and check each widgets Display Widgets options and change as required (see next FAQ item).

Will the Display Widgets Plugin v2.05 widget settings work with Display Widgets SEO Plus?

Display Widgets SEO Plus uses the same database names etc… for some of the old Display Widgets v2.05 options, though some have been split into two options, so when switching to Display Widgets SEO Plus it’s recommended you check each widgets settings.

Some of the old 2.05 options under “Miscellaneous +/-” have been split into two options. If you have

  • “Miscellaneous +/-” – “Archives” Ticked
  • “Miscellaneous +/-” – “Single Post” Ticked
  • “Miscellaneous +/-” – “Search” Ticked

You will find the new Display Widgets SEO Plus options:

  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Archives – Pages 2,3,4…” is Ticked
  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Posts – Pages 2,3,4…” is Ticked
  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Search Results – Pages 2,3,4…” is Ticked

You would be missing Page 1 of the set, to replicate the original 2.05 options set these to ticked:

  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Archives – Page 1 Only”
  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Archives – Pages 2,3,4…”

  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Posts – Page 1 Only”

  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Posts – Pages 2,3,4…”

  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Search Results – Page 1 Only”

  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Search Results – Pages 2,3,4…”

The Display Widgets v2.05 the “Categories +/-” options have changed in the new plugin.

The “All Categories” option has been removed and replaced with two options:

  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Category Archives – Page 1 Only”
  • “Content Types +/-” – “All Category Archives – Pages 2,3,4…”

The list of Categories ticked under “Categories +/-” in Display Widgets 2.05 will still be ticked under “Categories +/-” of the new plugin, but you will need to set and additional option (a dropdown selection form) of what you want to happen in those selected Categories.

These are the new “Categories +/-” settings:

  • Category Page 1 and All it’s Posts
  • Category Pages 1,2,3… and All it’s Posts
  • Category Page 1 and NOT it’s Posts
  • Category Pages 1,2,3… and NOT it’s Posts
  • Categories Posts ONLY Page 1
  • Categories Posts ONLY Pages 1,2,3…

Rather than one Categories option, we have six.

The remaining Display Widgets v2.05 options are pretty much the same as the corresponding Display Widgets SEO Plus options, though some have different names and the Language options (for the WPML language plugin) work correctly (partially broken in the old plugin v2.05).

Some widgets lack the Display Widgets SEO Plus Options?

Old widgets created for WordPress versions pre 2.8 are quite basic in format and lack the WordPress hooks to add additional widget logic options. This tends to be widgets which lack a multi-widget option (can’t add the same widget multiple times). There’s no work around.

Widgets are No longer available when the Widget Display SEO Plus Plugin is active!

Some WordPress plugins and themes alter when widget checking starts. Try adding this to your WordPress themes functions.php file or within a plugin:

    add_filter( 'dwplus_callback_trigger', 'dwplus_callback_trigger' );
    function dwplus_callback_trigger() {
        return 'wp_head'; // change to: plugins_loaded, after_setup_theme, wp_loaded, wp_head, or a hook of your choice
    }

The above code is also commented out near the top (between lines 25 and 30) of the display-widgets-seo-plus.php file under /wp-content/plugins/display-widgets-seo-plus/. Edit the file and activate this code by deleting the /* on line 25 and the */ on line 30.

I would like the same options available to Categories to be available with Tags and Custom Taxonomies, is this possible?

Currently no, but in principal yes it is possible. This is version 1.* and includes a lot of new conditional options not available in the Display Widgets plugin v2.05 including the advanced Categories settings.

I started adding the Tags version of the Categories options, (in version 1.0.0) but the logic is confusing (couldn’t get it working smoothly), so commented out the code and left it as a todo (if possible) future feature. In v1.1.0 fixed a WPML language plugin bug (selected foreign Categories not saved correctly) and added bbPress/BuddyPress support (more features on the way).

BuddyPress Plugin and bbPress Plugin Support

Display Widgets SEO Plus v1.1.0 added support for the BuddyPress plugin and the bbPress plugin.

BuddyPress Plugin Conditional Widget Logic Functions

  • ALL BuddyPress Pages – is_buddypress()
  • BuddyPress Members Directory – bp_is_members_directory()
  • BuddyPress User Pages – bp_is_user()
  • BuddyPress Activity Streams Directory – bp_is_activity_directory()
  • BuddyPress Activity Streams Item – bp_is_single_activity()
  • BuddyPress Groups Directory – bp_is_groups_directory()
  • BuddyPress Group – bp_is_group()
  • BuddyPress Group Forum – bp_is_current_action( ‘forum’ )
  • BuddyPress Group Forum Topic – bp_is_group_forum_topic()
  • BuddyPress Registration Page – bp_is_register_page()

bbPress Plugin Conditional Widget Logic Functions

  • ALL bbPress Pages – is_bbpress()
  • bbPress User Pages – bbp_is_single_user()
  • bbPress Forum Archive – bbp_is_forum_archive()
  • bbPress Category Forum – bbp_is_forum_category()
  • bbPress Forum – bbp_is_single_forum()
  • bbPress Forum Topic – bbp_is_single_topic()
  • bbPress Topic Tag – bbp_is_topic_tag()
WPML Language Plugin Widget Logic Support

The widget logic is so advanced it works seamlessly with the very popular WPML Language Plugin: WPML is an advanced language plugin for WordPress, can be used to create multiple language versions of a site under one WordPress installation.

For example a widget could be set to Show (or Hide) on One Category Archive AND the Posts in that Category, BUT only when in a specific language section of the site: i.e. a German Category, with German Posts, when on the German part of the site. Or a widget could be set to only load on the Posts of a specific Category and on a few select Static Pages, on the 404 Error page and on the Home Page.

Thinking of upgrading from the original Display Widgets Plugin v2.05. In the original Display Widgets Plugin the WPML language options override the widget logic settings: could only set a widget to be Shown or Hidden on an entire language section.

I considered offering the new features to the Display Widgets plugin author, but the plugin was abandoned: Display Widgets v2.05 hadn’t been updated for well over a year and support requests weren’t answered.

I’ll be adding new widget logic features in the future (the first update v1.1.0 of the Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin added bbPress and BuddyPress support), so made sense to fork the code into a new plugin.

How can I add more widget logic?

The Display Widgets SEO Plugin includes most of the core WordPress conditional logic and some of the logic related to plugins like WPML Language plugin, BuddyPress and bbPress, but it can’t cover everything (would mean hundreds of options to cover various plugins etc…!).

Currently there’s no built in way to add additional widget logic, but I’ve tested the Display Widgets SEO plugin with the Widget Logic Plugin https://wordpress.org/plugins/widget-logic/ and the widget logic (basically PHP code) added to the Widget Logic Plugin form works.

The Widget Logic Plugin hasn’t been updated for a couple of years, in the future I might update the code and either add it to the Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin or revamp the plugin and release a new one.

I’d like to hide some Widget Titles, is this possible?

Yes it is. Maybe you have a WordPress site with dozens of widgets with different Widget Logic settings and some of them lack Widget Titles: no obvious way to distinguish one widget from another.

For example if you have 10 Text Widgets with empty Widget Titles all 10 will be listed under “Appearance” > “Widgets” with the the Widget Title “Text”. This can be difficult to manage, to edit a specific widget you might have to open up all 10 Text Widgets to find the right one!

As of Display Widgets SEO Plus v1.1.0 you can add a “Hidden Widget Title” simply by adding an explanation mark (!) before the Widget Title like so.

!Hidden Widget Title

This would result in the Widget Title (!Hidden Widget Title) NOT showing on the front end (your visitors won’t see it), but under “Appearance” > “Widgets” you can see the Widget Title.

After a plugin update no Categories are listed under the “Categories +/-” form!

The Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin uses a WordPress Transient (a cache version) of the Categories for performance reasons. In v1.0.0 (first release) the Categories part of the cache was disabled (there were bugs in the code, fixed in v1.1.0+).

If you update manually via FTP from v1.0.0 to v1.1.0+ the WordPress Transient (the cache) isn’t automatically cleared and you will find no Categories listed under the “Categories +/-” form of widgets.

This is easily fixed by rebuilding the transient/cache, this can be achieved by:

Waiting for about a week for the transient/cache to expire (it’s automatically expired and rebuilt at least once a week).

Deactivate and reactivate the Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin: turn it off and on :-).

Create/Edit/Delete a WordPress Post or Static Page : Simply editing any Post/Page and clicking the “Update” button rebuilds the transient/cache.

Create/Edit/Delete a WordPress Category/Tag/Taxonomy : Simply editing any Category/Tag etc.. and clicking the “Update” button rebuilds the transient/cache.

This should only occur when updating from v1.0.0 to v1.1.0+, though if I add a similar set of options under “Categories +/-” for Tags or Custom Taxonomies (would like to) the same issue will occur when first updating.

Building a SEO Silo Structure in WordPress Using Widgets

I developed the advanced widget logic (been using this in the Stallion Responsive SEO Theme for years) so I could easily build SEO silo link structures in WordPress using widgets. Most WordPress users who understand silo SEO structures tend to use Static Pages to build silo structures and this was SLOW to build and limited in scope.

Silo SEO linking structures are used to link related (niched) content together into a silo: basically content that’s in the same niche, the same category.

To build silo SEO linking structures on any website, you try to limit the number of links FROM your most important content (in WordPress your most important content is your Posts and Static Pages) to unrelated content.

In a perfect SEO world a WordPress Post about the Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin (another WordPress SEO plugin I develop) would mostly link to other Posts, Static Pages, Category archives etc… which include the keywords: Stallion, WordPress, SEO, Plugin and related keywords (like search engine optimization, plugins….) as the anchor text of the links. The Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Post would also NOT link to unrelated content like Dated Archives (their anchor text is AWFUL SEO wise: do NOT use this widget), unrelated Posts, unrelated Categories etc…

This is easy to achieve manually if you don’t mind linking your content together one link at a time and your WordPress site has no widgets, no navigation menus, no automated internal linking!!! No one wants to use WordPress this way, the whole point of using a CMS like WordPress is how it automatically links content together.

An SEO compromise is using conditional widget logic:

For example if you have a set of Posts within the WordPress SEO Plugin silo/niche, to build a silo SEO link structure you would link them together (SEO isn’t that hard to understand). This is easy to achieve manually, BUT time consuming and if you add standard WordPress widgets (Dated Archives, Tags, Categories…) sitewide there will be more links to unrelated content: non-silo links will be greater than silo links and this damages your silo structure!

Many WordPress sites use a sitewide Categories widget, Tagcloud widget, Dated Archives widget, Recent Posts widget etc… it’s a LOT of unrelated links from your Posts and Pages. On most WordPress sites the average Post or Page will have FAR more unrelated links than silo links!

Using the Display Widgets SEO Plus Plugin options on say a Category widget, the widget can be set to NOT load on Posts and Pages. The categories would still be linked to via the rest of the site (will have more than enough links for Google to find, spider and index them), but on your important content (Posts/Pages) the unrelated links are gone.

By removing the unrelated links (links to unrelated categories, tags, dated archives…) from your Posts and Pages it adds additional SEO value to any related links: links to other Posts and Pages in the same silo/niche/categories.

You still have to add the related silo links, this could be via multiple custom text widgets with links to the Posts in a particular silo (I used to do it this way).

On my site I have a WordPress SEO Plugin silo (has content related to SEO plugins), if you visit the Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Post for example it’s in theses three related categories: “Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Tutorials”, “WordPress SEO Plugins” and “Yoast WordPress SEO Tutorial”.

You will see there’s only two widgets loaded with links: the keyword targeting on links anchor text is really important SEO wise.

The two widgets are a Recent Posts widgets (called “Latest Articles”) which is loaded sitewide (I want new content found by Google quickly, for a more extreme silo SEO link structure I could hide it on Posts/Pages).

And the Popular Articles widgets: the is a Stallion Responsive SEO Theme specific widget called the Stallion SEO Posts Widget, (I plan to release a stand alone version of the Stallion SEO Posts Widget which will work with most themes) this has additional silo SEO features: it uses widget logic to load Posts ONLY from the categories the Post viewed is in (in this case only from the three categories “Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Tutorials”, “WordPress SEO Plugins” and “Yoast WordPress SEO Tutorial”).

There’s 5 random links from the Latest Articles widget, these aren’t siloed/niched in any way.

And 20 links from the Popular Articles widget and all those links are to Posts in the three categories “Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin Tutorials”, “WordPress SEO Plugins” and “Yoast WordPress SEO Tutorial”: since the post is about a WordPress SEO Plugin and all the links are to Posts in categories about WordPress SEO Plugins, most of the links are going to have anchor text related to WordPress SEO Plugins: that’s a SEO silo link structure and it’s automated. Added one Stallion SEO Posts Widget, set it to load Popular Posts (based on most commented Posts), set the relevant widget logic and that’s it, don’t have to touch it again, the Posts loaded changes based on which categories a Post viewed is in, it’s all automated (awesome set of SEO features).

So 20 of the 25 links from widgets are probably part of the same silo/niche as the Post viewed.

If we had a sitewide categories widget it would add a further 25 category links via widgets (view the Home page and you’ll see the categories widget in the Footer area). Some of the category links will be related to the Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin article, but many won’t be. My site is quite strongly niched towards WordPress, SEO, Themes, Plugins… so it wouldn’t damage my silo structure for this Post too much, but I have Posts about Making Money Online, AdSense Blogger Templates and other varied content, I don’t want to link the unrelated sections together too much.

評価

We’re Rescued from the “Display Widgets” Plugin

Great plugin and developer support. I’ve confirmed that the “Display Widgets SEO Plus” seamlessly replaces the “Display Widgets” plugin while maintaining existing settings on my sites. I was relieved to find that this solid alternative exists in light of the questionable changes the owner of “Display Widgets” has made. On with the new, better choice!

so glad to see this

Many thanks for your expertise – I’ve used the old Display Widgets on many sites and freaked when it suddenly didn’t show up –
As someone already said, improving this is what’s good about the WP community.

Using Instead of removed “Display Widgets”

As the old “display widgets” plugin was removed from the repository, I activated this plugin, deactivated the old “display widgets” plugin and tested the site and it continues to perform and appear EXACTLY as before.

Have done this on a number of sites so far and it works seamlessly.

Thank you David.

Great

A fork of my favorite plugin that works with WPML. I’m happy with this. Thanks!
And it had extra options compared with the original Display Widgets, which I will explore in the future.

Thank you!!!!

I was panicking when I found that WP Display Widgets had stopped working (I use it on a lot of pages). This was an absolutely trouble-free replacement. Thank you.

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変更履歴

3.0.0

^ Updated the version number to 3.0.0 to indicate it’s more advanced (an upgrade) to the old Display Widgets 2.* code)
* Code improvements including removing error hiding code (multiple @’s which stop PHP reporting errors/notices etc…).
* Renamed “WordPress Posts +/-” heading to “Single Posts by ID +/-” to avoid confusion.
* New Feature: Is WordPress Post, Static Page or Attachment Page – is_singular() : saves having to click three settings.
* Tested in WordPress Version 4.8
* Tested in WordPress Version 4.9-alpha-41008

1.1.2

  • Bug Fix: Under “Single Posts by ID +/-” Posts IDs associated with Custom Post Types didn’t work: accidentally blocked Post IDs that wasn’t associated as a WordPress Post.
  • Tested in WordPress Version 4.7

1.1.1

  • Bug Fix: The options “All Archives – Page 1 Only” and “All Archives – Pages 2,3,4…” settings under “Content Types +/-” worked for Categories and Tags (correctly), but not for the other Archives: Dated Archives, Author Archives, Custom Post Type Archive or Custom Taxonomy Archive. Caused by a code inconsistency.
  • Tested in WordPress Version 4.7 Release Candidate 1

1.1.0

  • Bug Fix: The options “All Archives – Page 1 Only” and “All Archives – Pages 2,3,4…” settings under “Content Types +/-” were ignored – Was a simple mistake in the v1.0.0 code order.
  • Bug Fix: The WPML Language plugin issue related to transients and the register_globals() function being called three times – Issue left over from the original Display Widgets 2.05 plugin code.
  • Bug Fix: The WPML Language plugin issue related to when the “WPML” > “Languages” : “Make themes work multilingual” – “Adjust IDs for multilingual functionality” option is ticked resulting in duplicate Categories listed under “Categories +/-” – Required two more WPML filers removing when the “get_categories()” function was called.
  • Bug Fix: The Display Widgets SEO Plus transient (Static Pages, Categories cache etc…) not deleting when a Post/Static Page was saved – Original Display Widgets v2.05 uses the wrong WordPress hook.
  • Bug Fix: The Display Widgets SEO Plus transient (Static Pages, Categories cache etc…) not deleting when a Taxonomy (Category for example) was saved or deleted – Missing hooks in original Display Widgets Plugin v2.05.

  • Rebuilt the code behind the Display Widgets SEO Plus transient cache: the new code is more efficient and works correctly now.

  • New Feature: Added support for the BuddyPress plugin (see below).
  • New Feature: Is ALL BuddyPress Pages – is_buddypress()
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress Members Directory – bp_is_members_directory()
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress User Pages – bp_is_user()
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress Activity Streams Directory – bp_is_activity_directory()
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress Activity Streams Item – bp_is_single_activity()
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress Groups Directory – bp_is_groups_directory()
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress Group – bp_is_group()
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress Group Forum – bp_is_current_action( ‘forum’ )
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress Group Forum Topic – bp_is_group_forum_topic()
  • New Feature: Is BuddyPress Registration Page – bp_is_register_page()
  • New Feature: Added support for the bbPress plugin (see below).
  • New Feature: Is ALL bbPress Pages – is_bbpress()
  • New Feature: Is bbPress User Pages – bbp_is_single_user()
  • New Feature: Is bbPress Forum Archive – bbp_is_forum_archive()
  • New Feature: Is bbPress Category Forum – bbp_is_forum_category()
  • New Feature: Is bbPress Forum – bbp_is_single_forum()
  • New Feature: Is bbPress Forum Topic – bbp_is_single_topic()
  • New Feature: Is bbPress Topic Tag – bbp_is_topic_tag()

1.0.0

  • First release: Built from the Display Widgets Plugin v2.05 with the addition of lots of new conditionals (see below list of New Features) and an improvement how widgets are hidden/shown when the WPML languages plugin is active.
  • New Feature: Is Dated Archive – is_date()
  • New Feature: Is Author Archive – is_author()
  • New Feature: Is Tag Archive – is_tag()
  • New Feature: Is WordPress Post – is_single()
  • New Feature: Is Static Page – is_page()
  • New Feature: Is Attachment Page – is_attachment()
  • New Feature: Is Custom Post Type Archive – is_post_type_archive()
  • New Feature: Is Specific Custom Post Type – via get_post_type()
  • New Feature: Is Paged Archive/Paged Comments – via is_paged()
  • New Feature: Is Specific Categories
  • New Feature: Is WordPress Posts Within Specific Categories
  • New Feature: Is Specific WPML Languages Plus Other Widget Logic Options