This plugin has been closed as of March 23, 2021 and is not available for download. Reason: Security Issue.


August 6, 2020
No documentation available. The plugin doesn't build the page tree as it claims it does, it only considers posts and projects. assistance is present but ineffective.
December 22, 2019 1 reply
I've been searching for years for a vertical "tree structure" system (like in Windows folders and files), in vain. And yesterday, after trying "tree" in search: miracle! This is exactly what I was looking for! We are all used to sort things in "tree-like" structure, like in Windows file browser. And even the Nature itself seems "organized" like that. I can use this plugin for various things, especially to make a structured visual presentation of our organizations and sites, with external links. It can be very useful also to help people on a contact page, to address them to various services or persons. It's very easy and fast to use. As an admin, but also as a final user. One of the best things is that it will show the branches (or nodes) with the same initial status as the one left in the admin settings. This way, I can choose to develop (expand) some important branches, by default, so everyone will see them, and to leave some other ones collapsed, to be opened only for some cases, by the users. This way, I can show a tree with a reasonable size, even for an organization with hundreds of nodes. So the web users are not "lost" or "afraid" at first sight. And they can decide to click some nodes (with the very handy little icon "+"), by curiosity. It can be almost like an adventure for them:-) And also I love when it is displaying, because when the page loads, you can see all the tree "growing" (quickly), it's like magic 🙂 I want to use it also as a sort of "decision tree" in our contact page (or "orientation" page). People click their situation (if they are autistics, parents, researchers, volunteers, providers, etc) and then the various branches matching their needs, and at the end of the branches they see the "solution(s)" (which typically should be linked to the appropriate website(s), but which can also be some text (advice) if there is no website. It can be used also in order to make sorts of "troubleshooting guides": people navigate logically in order to find their solutions and answers, instead of reading boring texts or manuals. It can be used also as organized FAQs. (But in such case, there would be a need for some additional "description" text for each "link".) The fact that it is visual and easy to browse and expand-collapse (instead of having to navigate through buttons or links) is very useful and makes the difference with the other systems. You can have a true "dimensional" idea of an organization, instead of having to recreate it mentally according to some links, buttons etc. I really love this plugin! P.S. : And I forgot to mention that the support is very kind and fast ! 🙂
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Contributors & Developers

“Tree Sitemap (Pages, Posts & Categories list)” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.