Child Page Tree adds a select box to the page edit site right above the publish button. Using this select box you can decide whether to add and where to add the page tree. You can either add the page tree at the very top of page (prepend) or add it to the end of a page (append).
The output is a unorderd list with nested lists to reflect the hierarchy of the children. However this list can be changed using the build-in filter
child_page_tree_before_output. This filter is applied before the list is added to content.
The plugin ships with basic stylesheet, which adds a icon to each link and does not show the hierarchy of the pages. The handler for this stylesheet ist
child_page_tree_style and you can simple dequeue the script using
wp_dequeue_style(). Another way to add your own custom style is to override the default style by using a custom CSS plugin. The page tree has an id (
ul#child_page_tree) you can use and one class, either
.prepend depending its location.
- min. PHP 5.4
You can download and install the plugin using the built in WordPress plugin installer. If you download it manually, make sure it is uploaded to \”/wp-content/plugins/child-page-tree/\”. Activate Child Page Tree in the \”Plugins\” admin panel using the \”Activate\” link.
- Can I add the page tree to another location on the page?
No. Currently the plugin only supports appending and prepending. A shortcode could work but is not planned.
- Is it possible to add a page tree of page X into page Y?
No. Child Page Tree displays only the page tree of the current site.
Contributors and Developers
“Child Page Tree” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.Contributors
- [FIX] setter call which caused PHP errors
- [FIX] load textdomain for translations
- [ADD] Banner and Icon for WordPress.org Repo
- [ADD] Check PHP version before instantiating object
- Initial release of the plugin
- [FEATURE] append or prepend page tree to site
child_page_tree_before_outputchild page tree before adding it to content