Subpage Listing

Subpage Listing allows you to take full advantage of WordPress Pages’ hierarchy by generating a navigational tree of the pages below them (subpages).

For example, say you have a parent page called “Parent.” Now, say you have 3 pages under “Parent,” called “Child1,” “Child2,” and “Child3.” Now, say that you have 2 pages under “Child2” called “Grandchild1” and “Grandchild2.”

Subpage Listing would create a navigation tree for “Parent” that looks like this:

  • Child1
  • Child2
    • Grandchild1
    • Grandchild2
  • Child3

This allows you to very easily create a complex hierarchical structure that can be browsed.


Latest version: Download Subpage Listing v0.6.2 [zip]

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  1. Upload plugin-name.php to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. Place <!--%subpages%--> in an page’s content and it will be replaced with a hierarchical list of subpages
  4. See “Advanced Usage” for more detail


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