This plugin adds so called “Widget Blocks” to your website which you can easily display in your widget areas.
You can create or edit the widget blocks just like you would edit any post or page, with all the default WordPress editing functions enabled. This way, you can use the visual editor that comes with WordPress to format your widgets. You can even use media uploading to insert images and so forth.
If you have created your own language pack, or have an update of an existing one, you can send gettext PO and MO files to me so that I can bundle it into WYSIWYG Widgets. You can download the latest PO file here.
wysiwyg-widgets.zipto your plugins directory.
This plugin creates a custom post type called “Widget Blocks” so you can create widget content just like you would create posts or pages. You can show these “Widget Blocks” by dragging a “WYSIWYG Widget” widget to one of your widget areas and selecting which widget block to display inside it.
The plugin adds a menu to the Pages menu item. Just go to Pages > Widget Blocks and start creating beautiful widgets.
What You See Is What You Get
Yes, all the default options that you are used to from the post editor are available for the widget editor.
Edit widget content using the default WordPress visual editor and media uploading functionality. Create widgets like you would create posts or pages.View Cart
This plugin inserts social share links at the top or bottom of each post.
WooCommerce AJAX Product Filters - Advanced product filtering ability for y...
Flexible button creator allowing you to stick floating buttons to the side ...
YITH WooCommerce Catalog Mode, a plugin for disabling sales in your e-comme...