The typical sidebar is a staple of web design and many WordPress themes. They are a good place to display additional information such as contact forms, your latest or most popular... || Alright, let’s talk about content aware sidebars. However, before we do we should first talk about sidebars in general. The typical sidebar is a staple of web design and many WordPress themes. They are a good place to display additional information such as contact forms, your latest or most popular blog posts, advertisement or anything else that is not the main attraction of your site. While in recent years, the trend has gone toward one-page designs without sidebars, they remain a popular element. In most cases, the sidebar of a website will show the same content no matter which page you are on. However, that is not always the optimal way to do it. In fact, there are plenty of reasons to show custom sidebars on different pages or posts that are aware of the content they accompany. For that reason, in this article we want to talk more about this topic. We will first show you use cases for content aware sidebars. This way, you will understand whether they make sense for you. After that, we will
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