Widgets

Callout Menus

You can create a special ‘callout’ styled menu link to┬ácall attention to a small but important piece of information. These are usually linked to a specific URL where the reader may find out more. Here’s how: Go to Appearance | Menus in the WP dashboard. Create a new menu… Continue reading »

Tag Cloud

A sidebar widget that displays all tags on your site, formatted so that the most commonly used tags are the most visually prominent. Continue reading »

Last modified on September 22, 2019

Twitter Widget

Use the Williams Tweets widget to display recent tweets from a specific user's Twitter account. Requires the Meerkat theme. Continue reading »

Last modified on September 22, 2019

Basic Utility Widgets

6 sidebar widgets that come with the legacy Williams purple theme: Williams Events Calendar Homepage Link RSS Link Link Category Social Media Links Williamstown Weather Continue reading »

Last modified on September 22, 2019

Category Posts Widget

How to add a widget to your sidebar that lists & links to posts from a selected category. You can configure what level of detail is displayed (anywhere from just the title to the full content and metadata). Continue reading »

Last modified on September 22, 2019

Widgets on Pages

Widgets usually go in the sidebar. The [wms_widgetized_area] shortcode lets you create a widget container for use inside of a page/post. Continue reading »

Last modified on September 22, 2019
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