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    IntelliWidget Per Page Featured Posts and Menus

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    IntelliWidget is a versatile WordPress plugin that makes your dynamic sidebars “page-specific.” It allows you to create custom “Profiles” for any page or post that can be used where the default sidebar widget would normally appear. You set the rules for each profile to display custom widget content any way you want.

    Use the shortcode option to put custom menus, featured posts and other dynamic content anywhere on your site.

    Because it is generated using active titles and permalinks, your sidebar content is always current with the latest versions.

    Select posts by title, date, category, tag, and many other ways. Combine with custom post types to create unlimited custom sidebar content. Combine with your favorite jQuery Slider plugin to display animated slideshows.

    Reuse the settings from existing profiles to save hours of setup time.

    With Per Page Menus and Featured Posts IntelliWidget you can add just a few widget areas and create unlimited per page custom menus and featured posts and other custom text.

    Tabbed Profile Panels

    All of the IntelliWidget Profile settings panels are combined into a single tab menu on the Edit Post admin pages. You can hover over the tab to see the IntelliWidget the Profile replaces.

    Intuitive Settings Panels

    Settings have been organized into collapsible sections so the settings you use most can be found in one place.

    Hover over any input label and more details describing the input will appear.

    General Settings include a new “IntelliWidget Type,” which controls whether a normal custom menu, featured post list, WordPress Navigation Menu, or taxonomy menu is displayed. Section title, unique id and classes fields are grouped together for easy access.

    We have moved the “Template,” “Post Types,” “Specific Posts,” and “Terms” menus to a “Post Selection” new panel to keep the most-used settings together in one place. Here you will also find the Post Custom Data Field Date condition checkboxes.

    Select Posts Using Any Taxonomy

    You can select posts based on Tags and Custom Taxonomies as well as Categories. You can also use multiple terms in the same profile.

    You can control the way posts are sorted, post sort order, number posts shown, excerpt length, HTML filters, image size and image alignment.

    You can add a block of text or HTML and control where it appears relative to the custom menus and featured posts. You can even use any shortcodes your theme supports.

    Works with the Customizer

    Test adjustments to your custom menus and featured posts in real time using the Customizer. See how each setting makes any dynamic sidebar content aware by viewing actual pages and posts.

    Written for stability and performance

    Database queries are optimized and cached. Admin functions are only loaded on demand. Long menus are loaded dynamically to reduce admin page size.

    Actions and Filters

    We’ve made IntelliWidget extensible by utilizing action and filter hooks at key points of the execution.

    Introducing IntelliWidget Pro

    Now you can have custom IntelliWidgets on any Archive page! Choose the criteria and customize the Profiles for Blog pages, Categories, Tags and more.
    See http://www.lilaeamedia.com/plugins/intelliwidget-pro for more information.

    Coming Soon to Pro: IntelliWidget Template Configurator

    • Create your own custom templates right from the IntelliWidget admin.

    More Reasons to use IntelliWidget to add Custom Menus, Featured Posts and Dynamic Sidebar Content

    • Powerful and extensible, does the work of multiple plugins
    • No new dynamic sidebars necessary – uses the dynamic sidebars you already have
    • Displays page-specific content aware custom menus and featured posts and other dynamic content
    • If settings are not set up on a page or post it will default to site-wide widget settings
    • Supports Custom Post Types and Custom Navigation Menus
    • Doubles as a Text Widget customizable to any page
    • Works with the theme customizer
    • Use as many different custom menus or featured posts on a single page as you wish
    • Saves hours setting up and maintaining your WordPress site
    • Set up one page and reuse settings on other pages
    • No new database tables
    • Lets you keep using all your other widgets
    • Shows or hides dynamic sidebar content by date and time

    IntelliWidget is flexible and versatile. Please read the documentation to see more ideas how to use it to its full potential.

    Spanish translation courtesy of Andrew Kurtis at WebHostingHub.com.

    Getting Started

    Here is a very simple example that illustrates the basics: a Parent Profile replaced by a Child Profile.

    1. Start by dragging the widget labeled “IntelliWidget” over to one of your existing sidebars. The new IntelliWidget panel will open revealing the various settings groups. This is now the “Parent Profile” for this IntelliWidget instance.

    2. Open the “Post Selection” panel by clicking the bar. You will see a multi-select menu containing all of your pages and posts.

    3. Hold down the option key (“Command” on Mac) and select a few of your pages and click the “Save” button at the bottom of the widget panel.

    4. Load a page from your site in a browser that uses the sidebar you just modified. You will see a custom menu of the pages you added in the previous step. This is the default behavior: a custom menu of page links sorted by title.

    5. In the WordPress Admin, go to “Pages” and select the page you just viewed. You will now see a new meta box labeled “IntelliWidget Profiles.”

    6. Click “+ Add New Profile.” A tabbed panel will appear containing settings almost exactly like the ones in the Widgets Admin.

    7. Click the “Parent Profile to Replace” dropdown menu and you will see an option for the sidebar where you added the IntelliWidget Parent Profile. Select this option.

    8. Open the “Additional Text/HTML” Panel by clicking the bar.

    9. Select “This text only (no posts)” option in the “Display” dropdown menu.

    10. Type some text in the “Custom Text/HTML” textarea. Click “Save Settings.”

    11. Now load the page you just edited in your browser. Instead of the custom menu from before, you now see the new title and the custom text you typed. If you go to any other page that uses the same sidebar, you will see the custom menu from before.

    12. Finally, you can select this page in the “Use Profiles From” menu from any other page to re-use these settings. This is useful if you have a sub-set of pages that need to re-use the same dynamic sidebar content.

    Checking “Only Future Posts” excludes posts with a Start Date < current date/time, regardless of Expire Date. (Formerly “Only Future Events.”)
    Checking “Exclude Future Posts” hides posts with a Start Date > current date/time, regardless of Expire Date. (Formerly “Only Active Events.”)
    The “Exclude Expired Posts” behavior has not changed.

    Documentation

    Can be found at http://www.lilaeamedia.com/plugins/intelliwidget/

    Interested in translating? Contact us at http://www.lilaeamedia.com/about/contact/

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