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Inherited pages being displayed in tree view

  • Greetings,

    We are highly reliant on your plugin’s functionality.

    A question, however:

    The display of “inherited” (revision) pages in the Tree View: is that the desired functionality? You are seeing them here with all plugins deactivated:

    http://tinyurl.com/a9zzp3o

    As you can see, the multiple display of “inherited” posts make page management with Page Tree View rather tedious. 🙂

    Thank you!

    Update: We’re now in the process of deleting oldest, then older revisions. When we click on a link to one of these inherited pages, it does not exist.

    Update2: Even deleting all revisions still shows the “inherit” pages for that page. Noticing your datestamp feature, when we hover over one of these “inherit” revisions, the date last modified is from a year ago.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/cms-tree-page-view/

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  • Here we go. From phpMyAdmin:

    Removing old revisions (all the ones showing up were prior to a certain date) removed them from display in the tree view.

    SELECT *
    FROM wordpress_posts
    WHERE post_date < ‘YOUR DATE’
    AND post_status LIKE ‘inherit’
    AND post_name LIKE ‘%revision%’

    This was the only way to remove them. Removing revisions by other means, either by a revisions management plugin, or other means ( https://codex.wordpress.org/Revision_Management) did not remove them fully.

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