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Three Column Support

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    David
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    @edrifter

    I like a three column theme, but don’t find support from your plugin. It leaves the left column open. Can that be added?

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    NipponMonkey
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    @nipponmonkey

    Hmmm, if you can code, you can try to alter the plugin yourself. You can see how the plugin handles this for the standard theme and try to replicate what it does for the other column of widgets. The plugin uses Hooks in the standard types of themes to block the widgets at the moment, so in your case the hooks are different.

    If I get time, I might try to find a better way of disabling the widgets so it works on all types of themes. Let me know if you find a solution for this – cheers

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    pcwriter
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    @pcwriter

    @NipponMonkey

    Take a look at the Widget Logic plugin. Using conditional tags, widgets can be enabled/disabled on any page you choose. You might find some cues.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/widget-logic/

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    Shakeology
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    @shakeology

    PCWriter has the “right” idea. Widget Logic is incredibly useful for not creating duplicate content across your whole site. For example, if you create a widget that you only want on one page, like a testimonial about a product or something, you can choose to only have it appear on that products page and not the whole site.

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    NipponMonkey
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    @nipponmonkey

    @pcwriter & @Shakeology,

    I’ve had a bit of time to develop the plugin – still testing though…:
    - the plugin will work the same when WP is in a sub foulder. (www.my-domain.com/my-community/{BP})
    - New method for blocking widgets, and widgets can be blocked on an widget ID basis when the user is logged out – and the widgets are blocked for all themes.
    - Added an extra mode that allows you to allow access to everyone (logged out users) and block some private URIs (the opposite to how it currently works).

    I’ll upload the new version once I’ve done a bit more testing…

    Thanks for the link, I haven’t used the widget logic code, I’ve just removed all of the widgets from the wp widget array completely – but with a little check on a list of allowed widget ids. Seems to do the job.

    I’ll let you know when the update goes live…

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    NipponMonkey
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    @nipponmonkey

    @David, @pcwriter & @Shakeology, the plugin has been updated now.

    Widgets can now be blocked/unblocked by widget id, and a new mode has been added.

    You can see the plugin in action here:

    http://www.englishpubpool.co.uk/bppc_test/

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