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fuelthemes says

Hi everyone, I would like to display some small description for each of the sidebars in Wp admin page -> Sidebars so that users know where each of them refer to. Is this something we can do?

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ThemesDepot says

Use ‘description’ => ‘something here’ into the sidebar array

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fuelthemes says

Use ‘description’ => ‘something here’ into the sidebar array

Thanks enova, appreciated

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christopherjon says

here is some expanded code…

register_sidebar(
    array(
        'id' => 'sidebar01',
        'name' => __( 'Sidebar One' ),
        'description' => __( 'A short description of the sidebar.' ),
        'before_widget' => ' ',
        'after_widget' => ' ',
        'before_title' => ' ',
        'after_title' => ' '
    )
);

Hmm.. some stuff is missing ??? Oh well, you get the point.

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