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I have two sidebar widgets, I need to display 1 widget on the archive pages for the standard post categories and the other widget needs to show on just the archive pages for a specific custom post type.

If I use the conditional tag is_archive() then both widgets will show up on both archive pages.

How can I determine which archive page the widgets should be displayed on?

I'm using the plugin 'Widget Logic'

Thanks in advance

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You could use the is_tax() function to accomplish this.

The first parameter, the taxonomy slug is optional, but you do want to specify it. This would be something like product-categories. The second, a specific term, is also optional. It'd be perfectly acceptable to have the following:

is_tax('product-categories');
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