Widget Shortcode

Adds a [widget] shortcode which enables you to output a widget anywhere you like.

Author:Hassan Derakhshandeh (profile at wordpress.org)
WordPress version required:3.0
WordPress version tested:5.4.1
Plugin version:0.3.5
Added to WordPress repository:23-12-2011
Last updated:04-05-2020
Rating, %:98
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Total downloads:602 707
Active installs:90 000+
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The shortcode requires the widget ID, but no need to guess, the plugin generates the code for you. To override the widget title for a widget you can use the “title” parameter:
[widget id=”text-1″ title=”New title”]
You can also hide the widget title entirely if desired:
[widget id=”text-1″ title=”0″]

Additional Parameters:

  • container_tag: the HTML tag to use for the widget container, default: div
  • container_class: CSS classname added to the widget container, default: widget %2$s (Note: uses sprintf for variable substitution)
  • container_id: HTML ID attribute for the widget container, default: %1$s (Note: uses sprintf for variable substitution)
  • title_tag: HTML tag to use for the widget title wrapper, default: h2
  • title_class: CSS classname for the widget title wrapper, default: widgettitle

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