WordPress makes it easy to add widgets to your sidebar, footer, and other areas your theme supports. You wouldn’t want to display every widget on every page though. These 5 conditional widget plugins can help:
Conditional Widgets: this plugin adds new options to each widget, so you can show or hide them based page or category with no coding required.
Widget Logic: as the name suggests, this plugin adds a widget logic to widgets, so you can control the pages they appear on. You have the option to enable wp_reset_query fix and evaluate widget logic more than once.
Dynamic Widgets: this plugin lets you dynamically show or hide widgets on your pages. You can set rules by role, dates, browser, IP address, devices, pages, and other factors.
Widget Options: another plugin that gives you more control over your widgets. Lets you show/hide widgets on specific pages/devices and import/export them conveniently. With live widget search, you can find what you are looking for faster. Want to restrict widget visibility by date or user role? No problem.
Dynamic Conditions: an Elementor plugin that adds conditional logic to show/hide different elements. It supports fairly complex conditions.
Have you found better conditional logic plugins for WordPress widgets? Please share them here.