I have extensively read the forums, and perhaps my weak knowledge of php and CSS is keeping me from seeing the answer the I need. Or I've justbeen staring at it too long.
I have three parent Pages. Each has many subpages. I would like the sidebar to have sections, with headers, that list only the child pages.
The site is here: http://www.suiciderightonthestage.com
In the left sidebar there is currently a header, "industry," and below it the link to the parent page, also called "industry." On the right there is a similar set up with "reviews" and "fiction."
Ideally I would like ONLY the child pages to "industry" appear under that heading. Under "reviews" and "fiction" I would like only the four most recent child pages to appear. I assume this can be done with the wp_list_pages code but I can't figure out how to order the parameters, or maybe even use the right ones. I've re-read the documentation on it about 6 times now, and clearly I'm missing the answer, though I am sure it's there.
Additionally, is it possible to put code on a parent page, not in the sidebar, but as the body of the page, that would just call a list of all the child pages of said parent?