Widgets In It

Update: The sale for the Widgets In It plugin is live at just $17.00. Included as part of this sale only is a full developer (client/flipper) licence. (The price is discounted from $27 to $17 on this page.)

As an experiment, you can also purchase Private Label Rights to this plugin for the duration of this sale at ONLY $47 until Friday 4th April at 6.00pm. This PLR option will be removed when the sale ends.

Developer (Client / Flipper) Rights - $17

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Private Label Rights - $47



Starting today at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST), I’m running the second in a series of Flash Sales for one of my nicest “work horse” plugins for WordPress.Β  PLUS a bonus plugin.

Included in this sale are full developer (client/flipper) licences for both plugins at just $10.

As an *experiment*, I’m also offering Private Label Rights for it at $47, and because I have virtually NO restrictions on my PLR licencing (NO minimum price – you can GIVE IT AWAY as a list builder if you wish), you shouldn’t have any problems rebranding and reselling it.

Read on and/or watch this 3 minute video to see how “Widgets In It” works.

I’ve been asked on many occasions by people who didn’t know I’d created this particular plugin – I should have known it would be popular – and it’s now part of what I think of as my “control” plugins.

“Widgets In It” allows you to insert ANY WIDGET in any POST or PAGE, not just in the sidebars.

Once activated, you see a new widgetised area on your “Widgets” page in the admin panel. Drop any widgets you like into this sidebar and save.

Then go to a page or post and you’ll see a new drop-down in the TinyMCE editor called “Widgets In It” where you can select any of the widgets you’ve placed in the widgetised area.

Hey presto! Widgets on your posts and pages. πŸ˜‰

Clearly this is something a lot of people want to be able to do, as widgets aren’t just useful in the regular widgetised areas – it’s nice to be able to show them within content too.

For example a special widget or an ad block.

In addition to “Widgets In It”, I’m also including a bonus plugin that I give away with my themes called Ads Manager.

Ads Manager allows you to display ads and other text and HTML in widgets depending on a HUGE selection of rules you can set, giving you an extra layer of control you don’t normally get.

Why?Β  Well contrary to popular belief you don’t always want your ads to show on all pages and posts simply because:-

a) Your regular blog visitors will get annoyed (I always do).
b) Ad blindness will kick in, rendering all your ads useless.

With Ads Manager you can specify that the content of the widget will show only when certain conditions are met. These are:-

  • When the visitor comes from a search engine.
  • The post is more than 2 weeks old.
  • The visitor is not a regular reader (3 visits in the past 2 weeks)
  • Rules set by the WordPress Conditional Tags System.

That last one is a little cracker. It directly utilises the built in WordPress Conditional Tags System that normally only a programmer would have access to so that you can create your own rules as to when the widget will show.

All of the above conditions can be used in conjunction with each other, but you *do* have to be a little careful not to create rules that exclude the widget content altogether. πŸ˜‰

This now means that when you use both Ads Manager and Widgets In It together, you have ultimate flexibility and control over your widget content by using these two plugins in combination.

To recap…

o Widgets In It allows you to place widgets inside your posts and pages.
o Ads Manager replaces standard text widgets with a rules based system.

The sale goes live today at 6.00pm GMT (1.00pm EST).

-Frank Haywood

Posted by Frank Haywood


Hey Frank!

Excellent idea for a plugin. Cannot tell you how many times I wished I could place widgets in a post.

Keep the great ideas flowing.


Gary Jenkins

I’ve owned and used these two plugins since they came out. Each plugin is awesome on its own, but together the things you can do are just endless. I’m tempted to purchase them again for the Developers License.
Frank, can you explain the Developers License again. In particular I want to know if someone subscribes to my membership site can they use the plug on their blog?


I’ve even used this on sites with themes that don’t have posts, to use an rss feed in Widgets in it to show the posts on a page. Brilliant plugin. So many uses.

Frank you never replied back to my when you launched in Sept this offer as above!

so did not get it then…..

so…let me repeat the question
Will it work using Ultimate TinyMCE as the editor we use rather then TinyMCE (which was too basic for us!)

also do have a demo page to see it in action and what widgets might look like.


Frank Haywood

Hi Jenny,

I’m sorry about that – I must have missed your question somehow. The answer is I’m not sure. My *guess* is that because UTMCE is quite invasive and seems to take over rather than work alongside TinyMCE, then I *think* it will probably kick the Widgets In It drop-down out of the editor. I’ll see if I can find time to test it out later, but I’m a little busy right now. πŸ˜‰

There isn’t a demo page, but the video is quite short and representative of how it works. The widgets themselves appear as you’d expect them to, adopting the styling of the blog theme.


Maid agency

Wow hahah I intend to use that for my new website that we are going to make through a web designer now! Great plugin, great post!