I would like to use wp as an CMS, so my goal is not to make my site look like blogs in the first place. I have created a 2-level navigation (with Pages & Child Pages), where the main would be on top, the sub on the left. Is it possible to position Pages and Child Pages in different places? My crazy idea was to make a “sidebar” for each main menu, but I guess there is a much better way to solve this. 🙂 Can anyone help?
Thnx in advance,
Read through this page, toward the bottom it shows you how to list Child Pages of a particular Page, and exclude the Parent Page from being shown. I use it all the time in a similar manner as to what you’re trying to do here.
well, I read through these pages, but I didn’t find anything (yet) that would fix my problem. Maybe I post some links so you can understand what I mean:
Here is an example, what it should look like in the end, a top navi with a sub navi on the left:
This is my theme (still under construction) showing the first navigation level with its child pages:
I hope this is realizable with wp. 🙂
Not with WP alone but with plugin(s).
I used this plugin:
+ some code found around here in the forum (to display ONLY the children of the main Page when I am on it)
+ a bit of CSS
Ok, I solved the CSS thing, my page is almost finnished, (I just need to feed it with some content LOL)
I have read about excluding pages and subpages, but it seems that it makes effects globally. What I’d like to do, is to display child pages from each parent page seperately. E. g:
If that’s realizable, I can mark this topic as resolved. 😀
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