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  • #23001

    Hello there,

    Choices theme has a functionality that automatically displays on the sidebar a menu that shows a list of all the children of any page if they exist as a hierarchy.

    I think this feature is great and really helpful, however I would like to display the parent page’s title above the list of children pages.

    In order to do that, I’ve tried creating a text widget with the desired title, but unfortunately the widget can only be placed below the list of children pages, whereas I would like it to be placed above such list.

    How could I accomplish that? Is there any change that I can made to the sidebar.php file in order to automatically display the parent page’s title above the list of children pages, or, alternatively, to allow to place the text widget above such list?

    Here goes the link to my website: http://goo.gl/DBvb3

    Many thanks!

    Angelo

    #118189

    Hi,

    Have you tried using the Custom Menu widget? It is flexible.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #118190

    Hi Ismael,

    It did the trick indeed, many thanks. But then it was needed to prevent the children pages from being automatically displayed on the sidebar menu. In order to do that, I edited the sidebar.php file and inserted comments /* and */ respectively before and after the mentioned function, and I’ve finally accomplished the task.

    Thank you very much indeed for your insight. It was definitely very helpful.

    Kindest regards,

    Angelo

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