To include or exclude pages, use page ids, titles or slugs
Page IDs are the numbers that identify a post or page uniquely. For example, for pages you can see the page ID in the status bar of your browser when you go to Pages > All Pages and hover over the title of a specific entry – this looks like
http://...&post=123... 123 would be the ID of the page.
Page slugs can be found for example under Pages > All Pages and click the Quick Edit link for an entry. You will find a field labeled Slug.
The following tokens can be used to identify certain pages or sets of pages:
[single]– For single posts.
[page]– Identifies pages (the Page post type).
[home]– The home page.
[front]– The front page
Difference between front and home page.
[front]are different. When you have a static front page and a separate posts page:
[front]applies to your front page
[home]applies to your post page
For example, if you have a specific page selected as your front page and only want to have a widget appear on the front page, you should select Visibility “Show only on these pages” and indicate
[front] under Conditions.
You can display or hide widgets on full page hierarchies using the condition:
Here are two examples based on the page hierarchy shown below.
Show only on these pages
This configuration displays the widget on all the pages belonging to the parent page named “Sample Page”.
Show on all except these pages
This configuration displays the widget on all the pages except Sample Child 1 and Child 2.