This is probably one of the most annoying things about WordPress and how the core developers just don’t seem to listen to what people want and ask for. I’ve written a list of blog articles relating to the many things that I (and many others) wish was part of the WordPress core. It’s one thing to complain about what is missing, but it’s another to come up with a solution to solve the problems — which is what I will be doing with a series of “How To” tutorials.
Hide Widget Titles from the Front of your Site
Unfortunately WordPress does not give you the option to disable (hide) widget titles from the front-end of your web pages. There are times when you might want to hide a widget title, but to do this, we need a plugin. The one I recommend is called “Remove Widget Titles” from Stephen Cronin.
Show Widgets on Select Pages only
By default when you publish a widget to a sidebar in WordPress, that widget is going to show up everywhere that sidebar exists. The problem is that you may not want that widget to show up everywhere, so what do you do? We will need a plugin to accomplish our goal…