Simple plugin that allows you to collapse subpages in the Pages admin list also for custom post types that are heirarchial. Especially helpful if you have a ton of pages /cpt’s with heiararchial set to true. It uses a cookie to save the expand/collapse status of your pages.
This is loosely based on Collapse Sub-Pages by Dan Dietz, which broke with the 3.0 upgrade due to UI changes and hasn’t been updated. I’ve had to rewrite the jQuery to make it work with 3.x versions.
Because this is a jQuery, it’s possible that they could make additional changes that would break it. I’ll do my best to stay on top of it, but let me know if it stops working.
Plugin in your Language
From version 2.3 our plugin supports internationalization, which means you can have plugin in your specified language.
It’s currently available in US English ,UK Englih, Chinese, Telugu , Serbian.
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We specially thank Borisa Djuraskovic for translating this plugin in Serbian Language.
What’s new in Version 2.0 ?
1)Fix en-queuing of scripts .
2)Expand all , Collapse all links appear only on the pages list not on every list (like plugins ,posts etc.,)
3)Updated jQuery.cookie.js to 1.4.0
- Why is there a delay after I use “Quick Edit”?
The WordPress Quick Edit functionality is a little buggy in my opinion. To make a long story short, this delay is so that WordPress can complete the edit(and any possible parent changes) before refreshing the expand/collapse status.
I’d recommend not using Quick Edit to change parent/child pages at all. It often doesn’t refresh any changed rows properly.
Thank Author create this plugin! My client sites have a lot of subpages and they need kind of this plugin to collapse or expand all subpages.
It does the job just great — helps organize endless subpages. Thanks for the plugin!
- Initial version of the plugin
- Fixed bug – Adding expand/collapse links to all list tables
- Updated jquery.cookie.js to 1.4.0
- Enhanced loading of scripts and styles
- Added support custom post types which are hieararchial