The Widgeter is a WordPress plugin for adding default WordPress widgets via the Elementor editor. The plugin includes 11 widgets that can be used anywhere on the site without being tied to a predefined site position. Another advantage is the flexible style settings for each of the widgets to achieve the desired result.
- Recent posts widget is used to display and styles customization a list of the most recent posts with icons and date
- Calendar widget is used to display links to your posts by date.
- Meta widget is used to Insert a handy list of default links for showing on your website.
- Search widget is used to add and styles customize the search bar to your website.
- Navigation menu is used to display pages, categories, and custom links in your blog’s sidebar or anywhere on your website pages.
- Comments widget is used to display the most recent comments readers have left on your blog.
- Pages widget is used to display the list of existing pages on your website.
- Tag cloud widget is used to display a list of up to 100 of the most popular tags you’ve assigned to your posts. The most common tags will be displayed in the largest font size.
- Categories widget is used to display a list of categories based on your previously published posts by category. This can be handy for readers who want to find more of your posts about certain topics.
- RSS Widget displays posts from any RSS feed. You might find this handy if you want to show off one of your other blogs, or one of your favorite blogs.
- Archives widget is used to display a date archive of your posts. You can use the it to organize your previously published posts by year, month, week, or day. This can be handy for readers who want to browse your older content.
For further work, you need the Elementor and WooCommerce to be installed on your site. You can download it from wordpress.org
Open or create a page using Elementor to start using the widgets. You will find them at the end of the general section.
Drag the required widget into the editor to start customizing. In the left pane of the editors, you can customize the dragged widget to suit your needs.