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Tagged: custom template
Working with the basic framework, I added a widget to the primary sidebar to promote a particular page on the site (a poster I'm hoping to set up for sale). Since this is the default template, the widget shows up on every page I've created the site. That's cool, except on the page for the poster is also that widget promoting it, which is overkill, so I'd like that page to NOT have the widget.
I need to create a custom template for this, correct? I understand creating a new php file and putting it in my theme folder, but I'm not getting what needs to be in this file to get the above result. Any tips or links to articles explaining this? I tried searching the forum, but didn't see anything, though maybe I wasn't looking in the right place.
You can use a plugin like Widget Logic which enables you to exclude the display of widgets using conditional tags.
I think that plugin name will be Widget Logic
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