Hello, this tutorial presents the Cherry Framework widgets overview.
In order to check the list of available Cherry widgets, navigate to Appearance > Widgets in your WordPress admin panel:
You will be taken to the Widgets page with the following available options:
Available Widgets area shows all the widgets available for your theme;
Widget Areas – here you can see the list of available widget areas for your template. You can also add additional widget area following this guide:
Inactive Widgets area shows the widgets that are not in use at the moment. You can move one of the existing widgets with its settings to this area for a while and then move back without losing the settings:
In order to display any widget, you should put it into one of the widget areas using the drag-and-drop method:
Here is the list of the most popular Cherry widgets:
Post Cycle widget allows you to display information about your company or about you. You can configure the type of post that will be displayed, category and some other options;
Advanced Cycle widget allows you to display posts from a specific category, you can select a specific post type, configure the settings for Read More link, input image dimensions and add a custom css class. Highly customizable, it has the functionality of changing the display settings:
Banner widget allows you to place the banner image on your website, also add the description and the banner link. You can assign a custom class to the widget to apply some specific css code afterwards;
125 x 125 AddThis is the Widget that allows you to show a set of banners with the size 125×125 px and links to any external or internal resources;
Facebook Like Box widget is used to display Facebook pages:
Instagram widget is used to display recent Instagram posts;
Flickr widget is used to display photos from your Flickr gallery;
vCard allows you to display information about your company or about you. You can include your Google Map location, address, phone number, etc.:
Recent Comments widget displays recent comments in a more convenient format, you can configure the number of comments to show and the title of the widget;
Recent Posts widget displays your recent posts. You can also show custom posts of certain categories and add a read more link:
Social Networks widget allows linking to your social network accounts. You can check more information on this exact widget here;
You can learn more about the Widget settings following this link.
Feel free to check the detailed video tutorial below:
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