If you have seen WordPress blogs on the web, then you know that often there is a ‘sidebar’ area where the posts are categorized and a menu is displayed to the visitor so that they can read additional ‘posts’. Typically sidebars are used for housing widgets and these can appear anywhere on your site – not just on the side. Widgets are powerful tools provide hooks into the functionality provided by the plugin.
Common widgets provide sub-menus, breadcrumbs, featured pages, popular posts, calendars, forms, login prompts, maps, images, contact info, YouTube channel galleries, social icons etc. You can add this functionality but special configurations are needed to incorporate widgets and sidebars into existing themes.
We can help when your facing this challenge. If you site needs functionality provided by a plugin, changes are good that a widget can be created and housed in a sidebar and added to your theme in order to incorporate the functionality.