Place your widgets into “WP Embed Widgets” sidebar and configure them the way that you like and then use the auto-generated shortcode to put it into any page, post or anywhere that you like.
title: Use it to override widget title.
hide-title: Set it to 1 to hide the widget title.
widget-tag: the HTML tag to use for the widget container, default value is div.
widget-class: CSS classname added to the widget container, default value is widget %2$s (Note: uses sprintf for variable substitution)
widget-id: HTML ID attribute for the widget container, default value is %1$s (Note: uses sprintf for variable substitution).
title-tag: HTML tag to use for the widget title wrapper, default value is h2.
title-class: CSS classname for the widget title wrapper, default value is widgettitle.
If you use block editor then in addition to main shortcode, you can simply use “WP Embed Widgets” block to place any widget in your page.
Also if you’re using classic editor of WordPress you can find our button in the TinyMCE editor to place shortcodes.