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Page hierarchy in Menu editor

  • I’m working a site right now that’s broken into several main sections of content – each of which will have its own page for “About Us”, “Gallery”, etc – all with different content. This is easily accommodated by the page hierarchy in the Pages area, and I’m in the midst of setting it up in the Menu editor.

    The problem, then, is that the “View All” tab under the “Pages” box shows all of my pages as a flat list, ordered by the “Order” attribute set in the page editor. Which means I have multiple pages with the same name, and no way to tell which top-level category they belong to.

    It would be really helpful if this could be shown as a nested list based on the hierarchy set in the page editor; right now it’s quite a challenge for me to use in this situation, and would be extremely difficult to explain to a client trying to update their own menus.

    My apologies if this has already been covered, and thanks!

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