Hello--I'm having issues with my page links on my right-hand sidebar on my site http://www.johnnysaturn.com.
I'm using the most up-to-date version of WordPress, and the three column Comicpress theme.
My problem is this: When there are no widgets used in the right-hand sidebar, there are some stock widgets that are in that place, and these disappear once you start modifying it with widgets of your own choosing.
The Pages Widget, which in stock form expanded or collapsed as you navigated through the site, showed the parent pages all the time, and child pages as you navigated through specific parts of the site.
In any case, when you put your own widgets in, and put in the Page Widget, the page links in the page widget no longer expands or collapses, and it shows only the parent pages, not the child pages. This wouldn't be a huge issue, but I've got seven parent pages and almost 30 child and child-child pages! In the current configuration, these child pages and child-child pages are mostly landlocked, cut off from navigation!
I tried to widget my way out of this, and I tried wp-pagenavi, flexi-pages-widget, list-pages-plus, and my-page-order. They did not restore expanding/collapsing page structure functionality to me, although they would rearrange the pages. I've taken these plugins off the site.
I also tried sticking snippets of language from the right sidebar doc in my theme folder, but that was also not helpful. Then, I started looking for some sort of code snippet on the web, something I could comprehend and implement, that I could put in a text widget and put in place. That thoroughly confused me.
What should I do? I have to restore functionality to my site's navigation!