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Now that you have two widgetized areas in your theme, it's important to test them against all possible scenarios. That means populating each widgetized area with every conceivable widget and widget content, at least all the widgets that come standard within WordPress. To make this easy, you can use the developer plugin called Monster Widget. Now you'll remember, in the beginning of the course, we installed the developer plugin, and the developer plugin gave us the option of installing the plugin called Monster Widget.
So if you didn't install Monster Widget before, you need to install it now. The Monster Widget is found under Appearance in Widgets. And here, I'm first going to clear out my Sidebar so I don't have anything. And then I can scroll down, and you see here I have a widget called Monster, and if you open it, all you can do is add it to either your sidebar or your footer, so I'm going to add it to the Sidebar, and I'm also going to add it to Footer Widgets. So now, Monster Widget appears in both of my widgetized areas. And now, when I go back to the front end of my site, you'll see my Sidebar has a ton of widgets in it.
And if i scroll to the bottom, you'll see my footer has the same list of widgets. So here we have Archive Lists, Archives Dropdown, Calendar, Categories List, Categories Dropdown, Pages, Meta, Recent Comments, Recent Posts, RSS, Search, and Text with images, and just regular Text, a Tag Cloud, and Nav Menu, and that's it. So simply by adding the one Monster Widget to each of your widgetized areas, you now have a display that shows every possible widget that you can install directly from WordPress without adding any other possible plugins.
Of course, some plugins will install additional widgets, but if you style your content to match all of these widgets and make them all look good, there is very little chance that someone will add another widget in from somewhere else that won't fit the same kind of formatting.
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