Introduces the [list-pages], [sibling-pages] and [child-pages] shortcodes for easily displaying a list of pages within a post or page.
Love it. use it all the time.
Will give you a barebones list of titles of child pages. If you want more, such as a thumbnail and excerpt, you have to keep on looking.
Seems to work fine with 4.0. Simple to use and serves just the purpose it intends to.
I find this plugin really handy for displaying the child pages of a page, as well as for showing the complete site map on the home page.
It's easy to use, has some handy and well thought out options for defining the sort sequence, number of levels to display etc.
I love this plugin - we use it to list the siblings on a particular site, but the number of siblings has got out of control - I wish there was a way to do two more enhanced options...
1. limit the number of siblings/child pages returned
2. randomize the order of the returned siblings/child pages
Saves me ages tinkering around in the back-end of my WordPress sites.
Every page where I want to list child/sub pages, I just stick in the
[child-pages] shortcode and hit Publish.
Works without fault.
I sometimes use the parameters but mostly it just does exactly what I need.
Does exactly what it says on the tin. Thank you.
Excellent plugin! The only thing that might make it better would be reverse-order styling of each level, so we can style the parents and grand-parents a little better. For example:
level3 level2 level1
So 'level1' is always 'level1', but higher levels appear (and can be styled) as needed.
This little bugger goes on every website we build now. I can't imagine using WordPress as a website CMS without it. Nice work!
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