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Dropdown menu showing child pages???

  • Hello,

    I’m using a very basic theme, and i noticed that only the top level (parent) pages are showing up in the menu.


    The sidebar shows the child pages, but I removed (commented out) the menu from the sidebar because it seemed redundant, and it takes up space I want to use for other things. the menu on the top would be just fine but it doesn’t provide a way to get to any of the child pages.

    When I created a child page, I thought it would show up as a dropdown on the main menu, but I guess not.

    Is there a widget that creates dropdowns from the main menu for child pages?

    Another possibility to resolve this is “breadcrumbs” that show a line of text displaying the parent/child pages at the top of the content for each page.

    Can anyone point me to a widget or a way to implement either of these solutions? or perhaps suggest another solution? I found a couple widgets that creaate dropdowns for the admin menus but I’m looking to do something like this for users on the site.

    thanks very much!!

    gary in vermont

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  • update, I found this in the code:

    <?php wp_list_pages(‘title_li=&depth=1’); ?>

    which I changed to

    <?php wp_list_pages(‘title_li=&depth=2’); ?>

    but this didn’t resolve it… for some reason now it’s only showing the one “tree” that has a child on it, and the others have disappeared.

    ?? 🙁

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