Okay, so I’m trying to add the contents of one page to another page. Well, eventually I want to add several pages’ contents to a single page. But, we’ll just use the simplest case scenario for now.
So, the description of this plugin says “…add one or more posts into any page.”
Is it possible to specify just a single, specific Page?
Technically a single post with the type=page and … ? What?
How do I specify a specific page (one assumes by its post_id value)? I assume there should be an option here for post_id=83 or something similar? Like [posts-to-page type=page post_id=83] or [posts-to-page type=page post=83]?
I don’t see anything in the parameters specified on the plugin’s homepage to allow for this?
Is it something you support, or could support at a future time? It would be REALLY handy! Especially if it were recursive. For instance, if you could make a page out of “pulled in” other pages, and then make a super page out of pages composed of other pulled in pages? Assuming all the logic worked as expected and it did in fact pull in the sub-sub pages that way when pulling in the referred sub-page. Make sense?
And I’d like it to pull the entire contents of the page, as formatted (maybe with the option to suppress the title or leave it; I think the shortcode already supports title leave/suppress with show_title=true), as opposed to simply, for instance, showing a snippet and a ‘read more’ link.
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