Create a Custom Sidebar for Each Post or Page on Your WordPress Blog

Update: June 27th, 2011
Graceful Sidebar Plugin Version 1.0.11 Released

If you’ve been here before, this will be a review.  However, I think it bares mentioning in a new post.  Have you ever wanted to customize your blog such that the sidebar content displayed a different bit of content for each page on your site?  Well that’s the story behind the Graceful Sidebar Plugin.

The plugin works by extending the post and page editing screens with two additional fields.  Title, and Content.  The title field stores the content that will be displayed in the title of a widget on the post or page you’re editing.

Once you’ve installed the plugin, and have dragged the Graceful Sidebar Widget to the sidebar, you’ll begin to see this content displayed on your blog.

You may edit these fields for each post or page that you want to display different sidebar details or content.

To obtain this plugin, either visit the <a href=http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/graceful-sidebar-plugin/>Wordpress Extend/Plugins; site and download, or you can install the plugin directly from within your administrative console.  Simply click Plugins->Add New->Search for “Graceful Sidebar”.

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