On this article, we are going to show you how to create a text box so you can display text and links on a custom widget.


This is how is going to look:





1. Create a new widget


Please see: How To Add / Create A New Widget For Your Site




In the HTML tab, add the following code: 


<div class="module">
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</div>



Finally, click on Save Changes.



What are these Elements?




2. Find the Sidebar that you want to use to display the new text box widget


First see: How To Find Out Which Widget (Or Widgets) And Sidebar Are Being Used On A Given Page Of Your Site


Once you know the name of the Sidebar, you must go to TOOLBOX >> SIDEBAR MANAGER


On this example, we are going to use the Post Search Result Sidebar:




Now that you are inside of the Sidebar, find the name of the widget that you just created and Drag-N-Drop the Widget. Now click on Save Changes.




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