Show or hide widgets based on WordPress user roles using this token:
[role:xyz]– A specific user role.
Note that roles must be spelled with lower-case letters.
You can indicate one or more roles separated by comma. For example, to show a widget to subscribers and customers only, use:
You can also indicate several entries, each on a line by itself:
Show or hide widgets based on a user’s group membership with Groups.
[group:xyz]– A specific group.
Note that groups must be spelled as they’re in your groups list.
For example, show a widget only to registered users with
[group:Registered] or show a widget only to users in a Premium group using
You can also show or hide a widget for more than one group, indicating group names separated by comma.
Alternatively, you can put each entry on a line by itself:
Let’s assume that you have created the Premium group and want to display the Archive widget only for users belonging to that group. To do so, select:
Visibility. Show only on these pages
To show or hide a widget only on author pages, you can use these tokens:
[author]– Any author page.
[author:xyz]– A specific author’s page.