Custom Sidebar Widgets for WordPress
After extensively looking for some Sidebar Widgets for WordPress that I could customize and use for what I needed, I found what I was looking for and It just may be what you’ve been looking for also.
Since I had such a time consuming journey finding this plugin, I definitely wanted to give it more exposure for anyone who could use it.
It was tedious and time consuming as there are so many varieties. While doing my online searches, I wasn’t getting the results from the search terms I was choosing so hopefully this post will help you find it.
I did find many options and installing and configuring them one by one was part of the process in determining if it was going to do what I had envisioned.
I then went through the process of un-installing them when it was clear that they were not going to work for me.
I’ve already talked about the plugin TinyMCE Advanced in another post which adds many more features to your WordPress editor, and this plugin I’m writing about happens to be a relative.
This plugin is called Black Studio TinyMCE Widget.
It simply turns the text widget into a full featured wysiwyg editor. Just in case you don’t know, wysiwyg stands for (what you see is what you get) and it does just that.
Sidebar Widgets for WordPress
Creating custom sidebar widgets are simple using the text editor and what you see is really what you get.
Below are some features taken from the WordPress plugin directory site.
You can also find the plugin here —>>> Black Studio TinyMCE Widget
- Add rich text widgets to your sidebar using visual editor
- Switch between Visual mode and HTML mode
- Insert images/videos from WordPress Media Library
- Insert links to existing WordPress pages/posts
- Fullscreen editing mode supported
- Widgets accessibility mode supported
- WordPress networks (Multi-site) supported
- WPML (Multi-language) supported