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I would like to give a CMS look to some of my pages. I want to customize them by removing the default widgets and adding other widgets as my wish (I will use plugins like My Custom Widget to add custom codes if I need) .

Is there any possibility to customize the specific pages like this?

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Widget Display Options Here's another... – user32403 May 4 '13 at 14:24
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Take a look at this plugin, WidgetLogic.

From the description:

This plugin gives every widget an extra control field called "Widget logic" that lets you control the pages that the widget will appear on.

I've used it successfully.

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I was just about to post the same answer (you got my +1) – Tal Galili Sep 6 '10 at 15:00
    
Thanks ! I will make use of it . – user391 Sep 6 '10 at 16:13

The other option that I know of is called Widget Context.

It is slightly more complex than Widget Logic, but it doesn't require the use of any conditional tags, which can be intimidating for non-coders.

You can show/hide widgets on selected pages, posts, archives and more.

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Another option is using Extended Widget Options for WordPress

I'm associated with the plugin, it provides a lot of widget visibility options to hide widgets on post, pages, etc.. and user-friendly for non coders.

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