The WordPress Widgets are the default widgets presented in WordPress, including Calendar, Categories, Tag Cloud, etc., to provide a simple and easy-to-use way to design and maintain your WordPress Theme. You can use widgets anywhere on a web page, including the Header, Footer, and Sidebar, аnd it requires no coding.
Create and add custom navigation links to ensure your WordPress website is easy to use with the Menu Widget. You can make a vertical menu by placing it in the added widget areas to help your visitors and readers.
Organize your WordPress pages and posts by category on the widget area with the Categories Widget. It can be beneficial for your readers who want to find more information on specific topics.
Add your user reviews with the Comments Widget to display those right after the main content of your particular web pages. This widget is usually placed in the Widget Area of the Sidebar.
Insert the Calendar WordPress widget in the Application. After the export and import to WordPress, you will see the Calendar already added to your widget list and web page.
Use the Archives Widget to make your monthly/daily archives look like a calendar, usually on the sidebar of your WordPress websites.
Use the RSS Widget to pull headlines from RSS feeds of WordPress sites, blogs, other news sites, and sources that offer RSS feeds. You can use this tool to gather and aggregate information from syndicated RSS-feed sources to display on your websites.
Show the most Recent Posts with titles, thumbnails, authors, categories, dates, etc., on your WordPress websites. You can specify whether to show the dates with your posts or not and the number of posts to display.
Add the Text WordPress widget directly in Nicepage. You will see the result after you export and import the Theme and content.
Show a list of all the tags assigned to your WordPress pages and posts with the Tag Cloud Widget. This widget gives your readers an immediate idea of your favorite topics you post most frequently. You can display the most common tags in the largest font size.
Insert a handy list of default links for showing on your WordPress site with the Meta Widget. The main benefit is that this widget contains main links for your site, including a login link, as some new users don't know where to find it.
Display your WordPress website’s pages in your widget areas with the Pages Widget. It makes it easier for visitors and readers to navigate and find information around your web pages.
Implement the simple search functionality with the Search WordPress widget in the Application. You will see it on your web page after exporting and importing.