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Thanks Nick,.. I removed the parent relationship to the blog on those 3 pages, and they indeed went away when I reenabled the Display Sidebar option.
Where is the setting that causes those to show up when they are parented to the blog page. Is it a check box “display parented items” or something. I could never find the source of that actual widget.
Thanks for your help.
Thank you very much for your reply.
I did look again at what was in the widget areas, to make sure I hadn’t missed anything you listed in your post above. But it seems that they are clear.
I did manage to get rid of it, in an unsatisfactory manner by disabling displaying sidebar navigation (not an ideal option really).
I am posting another image of the settings below with the page as it currently is. If I turn back on the option to display sidebar navigation, I end up with that custom menu like in the image from the previous post directly over the archives widget.
The widget areas look clean to me, so I don’t understand where that custom menu is coming from, or what area that actual is as far as layout is concerned.
Any further help would be appreciated.
Thank you for your help, I didn’t realize you there was default text in there, that you had to put something in to overwrite what was in the columns. Thats why I was looking as to where the source of that default text was.
Is there a way to have 0 columns in that area so as to not have anything present in the footer and have it collapse essentially?
Your help is appreciated.
I have looked at some of the posted sites people have used, and see that some have removed all the content from this area. That is what Im looking for. I see that you can restrict the columns (I currently have restricted it to 1), and am left with the default text that says…
Besides are some interesting links for you! Enjoy your stay :)”
Even this Im not sure where I can edit this information. (feeling a little dumb).