Armadillo has the ability to display sidebar content for each page you've created through the online interface. However, this requires adding a code snippet to RapidWeaver in the Page Inspector --> Sidebar --> Page Sidebar field. Alternatively, you can use the Armadillo Sidebar stack, and more details about this stack follows the numbered directions below.
The code snippet required is included with your original download file when you purchased Armadillo. The snippet is located in the "Extras" folder (you can also download the Armadillo Extras directly from the NimbleHost website), and is a file called "ArmadilloSidebar.rwsnippet". Double-click that file to install it, then restart RapidWeaver.
Follow these directions for adding the code snippet to your Armadillo page.
The sidebar snippet is used to display sidebar content you create in Armadillo for a page, and does not include things like the nav links to categories, tags, archives and RSS feed for blog pages.
In other words, if you don't specifically add sidebar content when editing a page (not Posts or Solo Content, but Pages as listed in the Pages tab), then the sidebar snippet won't show anything.
Assuming you have added such content, then the snippet you are using might be out of date. In that case, replace it with the following snippet:
$assetPath = '%resource()%' . '/../rw_common/plugins/stacks'; include_once $assetPath . "/armadillo/core/displayContent.php";
echo displaySidebarContent( $dbLink, FALSE, ENTER_BLOG_PAGE_ID, 'page', $assetPath ); }
Be sure to replace the "ENTER_BLOG_PAGE_ID" portion above with the Blog ID (a number, displayed for you in the "ID" column of the Pages tab next to your blog page).
If you'd like to display nav links for categories, tags, archives and RSS for a Blog page, you'll need to use the ArmadilloBlogNavigationLinks snippet or stack.
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