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I am building a wordpress website and I want to show a text widget in the footer just for one page template. That widget shouldnot be seen for other pages. Is there any possible way for that?

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There are a couple of options:

  1. Use a Plugin that adds contextual conditions to Widgets
  2. Only output the dynamic_sidebar() in the page template in question. For example, if your custom page template is named template-foobar.php, and the dynamic sidebar name is footer-text-widget:

    if ( 'template-foobar.php' == get_page_template() ) { 
        dynamic_sidebar( 'footer-text-widget' ); 
    }
    
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Building on @Chip's answer, if you want to go down the plugin route, I sometimes use one called 'Custom Sidebars' (somewhat conveniently).

You'll be able to create your own sidebar (Appearance -> Custom Sidebars), and then add widgets to it (Appearance -> Widgets).

Then, you'll need to go to the page in question (Pages -> All Pages -> [Your Page]), and look for a new box called Sidebars that lets you select the sidebar you just created.

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Use a filter, example:

function remove_the_widget( $regions ){
    if(is_page('12')) {
        $key = array_search('text-3', $regions['sidebar']);
        if($key !== FALSE) {
            unset($regions['sidebar'][$key]);
        }
    }
    return $regions;
}
add_filter('sidebars_widgets', 'remove_the_widget');

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