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  • Resolved Spencer Hill


    Heya – so I’m working on a site where I have a top and side navigation bar. The problem I’m encountering is I don’t want the side navigation bar to include any of the pages that are listed in the top navigation – nor their children. But I’m not sure how to accomplish this, can anyone help? Thanks!

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  • You can create navbars to display menus/navigational links to ANYTHING, not just pages or posts in WordPress. 🙂

    What exactly are you wanting to display in your bar?

    Oh I’m just trying to display pages.

    I discovered I can use the exclude_tree command and that does the job. Though, there is a bug open for it as of 2.8.2 that prevents this from working properly so you have to comment out this line: $r['hierarchical'] = 0; in wp-includes/post-template.php

    So when you write wp_list_pages('exclude_tree=2'); it excludes that item and all of it’s children, thus, problem solved.

    Commenting out that line does not seem to work for me. How do I exclude a tree of pages from navigation when exclude_tree doesn’t work?

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