Widget Styles

If you’re new to WordPress, widgets are the side blocks of content that usually appear in your theme’s sidebars.

With the Presstige WordPress theme, you have the option to quickly apply a unique style to each individual widget. We’ve made it really simple. Just go to your Widgets manager (Appearance » Widgets) and select Light, Medium, Dark, or Default style for any widget you’d like to apply a style.

We also found the Dynamic Widgets plugin to be the absolute best way to specify where each page your widgets should appear. Many other plugins of this type conflict with the Widget interface and create some pretty bad headaches. The Dynamic Widgets plugin proved to work flawlessly with Onyx and is in use on this demo.

Widget Style One

This widget has “Style 1″ applied.

This is just some text to demonstrate the display elements of this widget, including link styles and list elements.

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Widget Style Two

This widget has “Style 2″ applied.

This is just some text to demonstrate the display elements of this widget, including link styles and list elements.

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Widget Style Three

This widget has “Style 3″ applied.

This is just some text to demonstrate the display elements of this widget, including link styles and list elements.

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Style 1 Widgets | Style 2 Widgets | Style 3 Widgets | Style 4 Widgets | Style 5 Widgets | Style 6 Widgets


If you’re using WordPress and Presstige on a CMS-like site and would like to specify which pages each individual widget appears on, we recommend the Dynamic Widgets plugin.