Hi. I’m pretty much a newbie at this so please forgive any lack of knowledge on my part. I took over managing my company’s website. It had been indifferently maintained for some time but that’s a different story. The previous manager had never set up a blog on the site. I am attempting to do so now. My problem is the sidebar of my blog page shows three headings, Pages, Categories and Archives. Under the Pages heading it lists all of the pages on the website. I do not want that heading or the list of pages in the sidebar. I have tried using the Blog element in a dynamic template created for the blog page and simply displaying the blog via Theme Options. In both instances the “Pages” heading is displayed. Looking at the source code I find this: <div class=’sidebar sidebar1′><div class=’widget widget_archive’><h3>Pages</h3>
Thanks in advance for your help.
Figured it out. Apparently the default is to have three headings; Pages, Archives and Categories. To customize the sidebar go to Appearance>Widgets and drag your choice(s) into the Sidebar Blog field. Your choices will override the default.
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