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I have a “page widget” in the sidebar of my BLOG page, although I haven’t set it in the settings for widgets. Where can I delete it?
Here I don’t want to appear the pages(-widget) at top of the sidebar, my widgets should “begin” here with the widget “Keyfacts”.
In my widget settings, there is indeed no widget for pages, with these listed pages (= subpages of my BLOG page):
The same, when I create an own sidebar for a special page in the theme settings.
Then I add in the widgets settings a special widget just for this page.
Then – at this page settings – I choose “overwrite default page layout” and the option “big preview image, left sidebar”.
The sidebar appears at the left side of this special page – but above my own special widget there is the standard widget, that shows the pages of this main menu item; see screenshots above.
How can I remove the standard widgets, so that it shows in my own created sidebars for special pages really only these widgets, that I put into this created sidebar?
Ok, I’ve got it with my “try & error” method ;-)
This standard widget for pages is always shown – and you can hide it automatically – when you go to theme settings -> “layout & settings” -> and at the bottom “page sidebar navigation” and change there the option to display or not display the sidebar navigation.
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