Ever wondered how you can make a certain area of your <span id="urn:local-text-annotation-2a1hv9a88m3u4vmyfl80abusyzh40nqa" class="textannotation wl-no-link disambiguated wl-thing" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/theme_computing">theme</span> <span id="urn:local-text-annotation-rovwmyrjfjfw1n1bxyaww8doepmn0xqh" class="textannotation wl-no-link disambiguated wl-thing" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/computer_file">files</span> in <span id="urn:local-text-annotation-wjuflqfuwoja4e7019hc98o3kr73nue2" class="textannotation wl-no-link disambiguated wl-thing" itemid="http://data.wordlift.io/wl0226/entity/wordpress_2">WordPress</span> show a widget? Follow our quick tutorial on how to make a widgetized area.
For this Tutorial i'm going to add a Widget area named footer. You can rename this anything you like, just make sure the two name's and id's match without spaces.
Firstly, in your themefiles, put this in the area you want the widgets to sit, the html present is what you want to show if there isn't any widgets present.:
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<p>This panel is active and ready for you to add some widgets via the WP Admin</p>
<?php endif; ?>
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