* Update December 24th, 2012 – Version 1.0.15 Released – IMPORTANT NOTE – This release fixes a bug which caused your custom sidebars to be deleted when editing multiple posts using the bulk edit feature… please backup your database and update to version 1.0.14 Available from http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/graceful-sidebar-plugin/
Here’s a WordPress plugin created to enable you to control and customize the sidebar content for pages and posts. To use the plugin, unzip the contents into your wp-content/plugins/ directory. It will create a directory called graceful_sidebar.
Once installed, and activated, create custom fields for a page or post called graceful_title and graceful_content. When you view the page or post, a sidebar will display showing the content of the title and content fields.
Or – use the newly created Graceful Title and Graceful Content boxes that are now (as of version 1.0.4) a part of the plugin installation… this allows you to supply the title and content for your custom sidebar right in the post or page edit screen – without having to create a custom field and remember the custom field names.
Next, simply visit the widgets page and make sure you drag the Graceful Sidebar widget to one of your theme’s sidebars.
Plugin Statistics (Dynamically Updated from WordPress.org)
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