Stumbling upon the wordpress seo plugin a while back was a belter of a find on a random voyage round t’internet! Maybe you know what it’s like when your not quite sure what your looking for at any give time? Though you’ve an inkling of an idea in the back of your head what it is that you want to achieve.
Quests into the unknown often commence caffeine fuelled at daft o’clock in the morning with a massive dose of self doubt, wondering what’s the right question to ask this time round?
The skies the limit when it comes to using Widget Logic Conditional Tags! Just maybe you’ve added a few new widgets to thy wordpress space recently? Of course the content concerned is down to you at any given time and is most likely going to change over time. What doesn’t?
Once you’ve added your content into any given widget, whether that be text, image, video, rss link or whatever. Use the widget logic conditional tags to decide for thyself where you’d like the content to appear on your site?
I’ve been using the Widget Logic plugin for time to organise & arrange the various widgets in any of the wordpress sites I’ve created. For sure i said to myself that I’d start keeping track of whatever plugins i was using a while back, so here we go and as always this is a reminder to yours truly and not a how to guide.
I really do appreciate that i may just have set myself a massive goal and quite a long road to walk, as i set off on this ‘ere quest, with an acorn of an idea / intended aims / objectives or whatever else you could call it of maybe trying to keep track of what i’ve been doing over time in t’nternet land. Continue reading