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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:

    —Web Design
    —Web Hosting

    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 ?


    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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