Do you want to remove the sidebar from your WordPress site? A sidebar is the widget-ready area in your WordPress theme. It often appears at the right or left side or below the content area on every page. In this article, we will show you… Read More »
Most WordPress sites have a two column layout containing the content and sidebar. Despite being visible on every page of a website, sidebars are often the least optimized areas. In this article, we will share the best WordPress sidebar tricks to get maximum results for… Read More »
Have you seen some blogs displaying their top commenters? Recently one of our users asked us how they could show their top commenters in the sidebar? Comments allow users to engage with the content on your website. This is why website owners use different methods… Read More »
Widgets make it so easy for everyone to drag and drop elements into different sidebars and widget ready areas of their websites. While working on our best WordPress responsive themes article, we noticed that most WordPress themes come with a lot of widget ready areas… Read More »
Text widgets allow you to add extra information to your blog’s sidebar or any other widget area. Mostly people use text widgets in WordPress to add a little introduction about themselves, the website, or they use it to add shortcodes inside widgets. Text widgets are… Read More »
Recently one of our users asked us the question: how to fix the sidebar below content error in WordPress. This is not the first time, we have gotten this question, so we decided to write a post about it. In this article, we will show… Read More »
As you probably have noticed that most WordPress blogs have the same sidebar on all blog pages. While sidebar is important, sometimes it is not necessary for the homepage. In this article, we will share how you can hide the sidebar on your WordPress homepage.
Did you ever see WordPress blogs that have a separate header for different categories? In this tutorial we will share a simple snippet that you can use to add custom header, footer, or even sidebar for each WordPress category.