Marcus Couch


This one is called the Widget Favorites and sometimes you have certain widget configurations that you need to use over and over again. This allows you to save a widget instance by name and identify it later when you’re loading it out of your favorite widgets. This only works with widgets that you manage in the customizer, but it allows you to kind of save a common set so that you can bring them up over and over. We talked about in the last few shows I talked about a customizer favorites, so this allows you to actually get into the widgets as well. So I’ve see this trend where we’re being able to save our own preferences within widgets and differences within widgets and different layouts of the site and things within the customizer. And that’s cool, because I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had two browsers side-by-side, one site to the other site, and trying to copy the exact same code from one widget to the other. So this one really, really saves a lot of steps and I gave this one an 8 out of 10.

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Rating: 8/10