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  • Turn permalinks on. And I don’t know what you expect to see. Page hierarchies are to organize the content, they don’t force content to display within a parent element or page.

    For example, a web design blog might have this page structure:

    Home
    About
    Services
    —Web Design
    —Web Hosting
    Portfolio
    —Web
    —Print

    But take the Web Hosting page for example. Neither it nor the Web Design page will appear within the Services page. It’s just a structure. Does this make sense?

    Yer kind of, I was hoping to see the link under the main link.

    So I spose one has to add the link in each time. EG( ?page_id=50 )

    will these links change as I add more pages to the main page ?

    TT

    I’m not really clear on what you are trying to accomplish that WP doesn’t already do by listing pages and child pages. ??

    I thought from your original post that you wanted a child page (or its link, I’m not sure which actually) to appear inside the parent page.

    Are you talking about displaying a LIST of pages somewhere on the site?

    TT, I have the same problem/question you’re asking here. What I did is I created a link on the parent page to the child page using “page_id=?##” method. Maybe there’s another way to do it, but I can’t seem to figure it out. If you do find out, please post.

    Thanks, BA

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