With this plugin you can create a link to post-new.php (the place to create a new page) that includes the desired parent_id of the new page. This allows you to create links in the front end of the website like “Add a new page to this section” or “Create a new sub-page”. This is extremely useful when developing custom themes to add useful backend links on the front end of the site for users who have editing access. For using wordpress as a CMS, you really want to let the user avoid going through the clunky manage pages interface…
- This should be a feature of wordpress
- I can’t believe this isn’t built into wordpress
- Did I mention this should be built into wordpress?
Doubt you’ll have any, but if you do, you can go to my website (http://theoephraim.com)
I was thinking about making some functions to actually spit out the links, but since were talking about developing custom themes, you may as well just hardcode it.
Copyright (C) 2010 by Theo Ephraim
You may use, redistribute and/or modify this programm under the terms of the GNU General Public License by the Free Software Foundation.
The programm is distributed as free software without any warranty.
Very straightforward. Download, copy into plugins folder, activate.
In your theme, create a link like this: Add a page to this section
Contributors & Developers
“New Page In Section Links” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.
Interested in development?
- Initial release.