Widgetizing at the top of my page
Hello, let me begin by showing you the website I’m working with: http://qrberat.org/
I’d like to know how I can create a widget either at the very top of all the pages on this website or one that takes the place of the tagline (which also appears on every page).
The widget I’d like to add is qtranslate. Ideally, users of the site would be able to toggle which language they want to view the site in at the top of every page in one of these two positions.
Thanks in advance!!
The blog I need help with is snwbrdr18.wordpress.com.
The widget that you are trying to add is only available for a self-hosted WordPress site. Your site snwbrdr18.wordpress.com is a WordPress.com site. A self-hosted site is from WordPress.org. You can see the difference here. http://en.support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/
Hope this helps. :)
elzrjose, I’m not using the snwbrdr18.wordpress.com site. I couldnt figure out how to delete that from my post. The website in question is the one I provided a link to at the beginning of my first post. This IS a self-hosted wordpress site.
The website in question is the one I provided a link to at the beginning of my first post. This IS a self-hosted wordpress site.
Then, you are in the wrong forum.
This forum is for blogs/sites hosted by WordPress.com.
WordPress.COM and WordPress.ORG are completely separate and different http://support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/
And you should ask in the WordPress.org forum
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