Introducing Lightweight Sidebar Manager in Astra
Sujay Pawar

September 1, 2017

Introducing Lightweight Sidebar Manager

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Normally you have a sidebar that appears throughout the website. However, sometimes it is necessary to display a relevant, different sidebar on certain pages on the website. For an example: on WooCommerce pages, a sidebar with related or top seller products would be more relevant than latest comments, blog posts right?

We just released a free plugin to help you solve that problem. It works with any theme, is very simple to use and most importantly it’s very lightweight.

Please check it out here.

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About the Author

Sujay is CEO and Co-Founder of Brainstorm Force, the company behind Astra. He is a diehard entrepreneur, growth hacker, and YouTube addict. Get in touch with him on Twitter @sujaypawar.

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14 comments

  1. Junaid Rashid

    It is not working !!
    I have tried using it on category page, but it is displaying main sidebat

    1. Make sure you have set the target rules correctly, If a page/archive has two different sidebars selected from target rules, the first one will be displayed.

      Can you open up a support ticket with more details?

  2. Hello,
    Very useful Plugin!
    I have a question:
    Is it possible to have a double side bar ? Left and Right custom side bars…
    Do you have a code or a workaround to achieve that?
    Thank you

    1. Yes, that is easily possible. We offer a meta box on all pages where you can enable or disable sidebar for specific page.

      1. So if I want to ONLY have a sidebar on my blog page…your plug-in allows that?
        If so…do you have screenshots or a printout explaining this process

  3. Is there a way a user can switch ‘modes’ that also switch the sidebar in use? Rather than linking to different sections of the site, I would like to just change the sidebar for different audiences.

    1. Can you explain your requirement with an example so that it will be helpful to answer your question? Particularly I could not understand what do you mean by “different audience” and “mode” that you are referring to.

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