CMS Page Order
[resolved] Filter/Show specfic pages/"See all?" (4 posts)

  1. m00nbeam360
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi there,

    I'm trying to create a Wiki-like website using the CMS page order with the wiki pages as just WordPress pages. The problem is, there may be a ton of pages and it would be difficult to show all of them. Sorry if this question has already been answered, but is it possible to filter which pages show up on the drop-down menu, such as a "See All" that lists all of the "Tutorials" pages without the pages themselves overwhelming the menu? Thanks so much for your help!


  2. Bill Erickson
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    If you have a hierarchy of pages (multiple levels deep), you can use the + and - to the left of parent pages to determine what is visible.

    Is this what you're asking?

  3. ale.barbieri
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Bill
    I think I'm trying to get the same thing.

    In my admin section I filtered all my custom posts using this nice code.

    Now I need to order some posts that belong just to one specific taxonomy term. Therefore it'd be great to see just those ones and not the entire custom post directory.

    Is there any solution using you plugin?


  4. Bill Erickson
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    You can't limit the listing to a sub-set of posts, but you can add the taxonomy term to the beginning or end of the posts' title. That way it makes it easier to manage.


    That specific code uses the taxonomy "rotator-location". Before the code, you might see:
    - Slide 1
    - Slide 2

    After the code, you might see:
    - Slide 1 (Location 1)
    - Slide 2 (Location 2)

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