How to Display Custom Taxonomy Terms in WordPress Sidebar Widgets
The trouble you might run into is that any 3rd party widget won’t know what an individual listing is supposed to look like. If you need to display it like the widget you already have, you’ll probably need to do some programming.
** Custom Sidebars Includes: **
* Unlimited custom widget configurations
* Set custom widgets for individual posts and pages, categories, post types, and archives
* Seamless integration with the WordPress Widgets menu
* Works with well-coded themes and doesn’t slow down your site
* Set individual widget visibility – for guests, by user role, by post type, for special pages or categories
* Author specific sidebars – display a custom sidebar for each of your authors
* Clone and sync widget settings – quickly edit complex configurations
* Import and export custom sidebars – backup and share sidebars
Usually recent posts are ordered by publication date. This plugin can list posts ordered based on various other parameters as well. For displaying recent posts, order by Publish Date. You can also list posts by Modified Date, Title, Menu Order (for Pages), Post ID, Author, Post Slug (the short url), Comment Count, Random and Post ID order (post ID order given in the post__in array), by picking the required option from the dropdown box for Order Posts by.
The List Custom Taxonomy Widget is a quick and easy way to display custom taxonomies. Simply choose the taxonomy name you want to display from an auto-populated list. You can also set a title to display for the widget. Multiple list custom taxonomy widgets can be added to the same and other sidebars as well. There are several display options (including as a dropdown), and it generally behaves similarly to the built-in categories widget but with the addition of custom taxonomies.
How to Hide WordPress Widgets on Specific Pages or Posts
On a widget, you can see that there is a “Logic” tab. This can be a little confusing at first, but I’ll do my best to explain it in layman’s terms. Below you can see I have my Kinsta widget, which I don’t want to show on a couple posts, including my Kinsta review. Why? Because this would be redundant. So I input the following code into the logic field. This hides the widget on the three posts with these post IDs.
IMPORTANT: By default, WordPress will not work Date-based permalinks of custom post type. Recommend that you install the plugin in order to edit the permalink, if you are using a Date-based permalinks.