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    So, what would be the process of switching the order of the sidebar content? I had created a custom sidebar for every page and I wanted that to be first, the Displayed Everywhere to be second, and the automatic list of sub pages that is generated third. Is this something I would change in the sidebar.php or something?

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    Thanks

    #130203

    Hi,

    First, the nested subpages will not appear when you assign a sidebar on a page. Second, the custom sidebar will go first before the Displayed Everywhere sidebar.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #130204

    Hmmm, the nested subpages seem to appear even while assigning a custom sidebar on this page.

    I was hoping to change something in one of the PHP files (maybe the sidebar.php) to be able to make it so I could force the order to be different – have Displayed Everywhere go first, Custom Sidebar second, and the nested subpages third.

    Thoughts?

    #130205

    Hi andreanapier1985,

    I’ve never actually run across anything to change the default stacking order for wordpress. Looking through the codex entries for sidebars and register_sidebar didn’t really mention anything either.

    You could try checking the general wordpress support forums or maybe stack exchange.

    Regards,

    Devin

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