In principle, there is no constraint on this, but we strongly advise to avoid using more than 4 widgets per page. In (close) future, we'll develop for this an "extended" version of the widget that we'll probably call "mini-store" where you'll be able to insert more than one product and use it as a little e-commerce inside your website. For now, avoid pages with dozens of widgets all together, the page will be long to load and you might lose users even before they managed to do anything.
Articles in this section
- [Tutorial] Create a widget
- How can I insert a Widget in WordPress?
- What is a "responsive" widget? How does it work?
- I created a widget but now I want to change the dimension, how do I do?
- I wrongfully created a widget and I want to cancel, how do I do?
- Can I insert multiple widgets in the same page/website?
- If I insert more than one widget in a single page, can I insert part of the script just once?
- Why do I have to name my widget?
- I don't have a website but a Facebook page/Twitter account/ g+ profile etc. Can I still use the widget?
- Ok, I created a widget, I put it online it, what now?