Usually, the sidebar.php template files have their own code to display whatever elements the designer decided to put there.
If all these things are INSIDE of the “dynamic sidebar” code – using just ONE single widget… everything will disappear. That’s how it works: widgets override anything handcoded.
The only way you work around this: move outside of the dynamic sidebar conditional statement all the stuff you want to be seen regardless of the widgets. Or don’t use widgets.
Well, that seemed to work. I put this code
<?php wp_list_pages(‘title_li=’ ); ?>
up above the “div” tags in the right sidebar page, and my menu shows up fine.
Yet, I wonder, is this doing anything that will break the system or make it come up funky on some browsers?
Also, I tried to take the sname snippet, put it into a text widget, and put it up, but it doesn’t work. Widgets override, right, so why wouldn’t it work? Sorry for the noob questions.
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