Cc Child Pages Wordpress Plugin is used by 14 websites. Among 14, 0 site is within top 10,000 and 0 site is within top 100,000 websites.
Wordpress Plugin Information of
|Plugin Meta Name||Plugin Meta Information|
|Plugin Description||Adds a responsive shortcode to list child and sibling pages. Pre-styled or specify your own CSS class for custom styling. Includes child pages widget.|
|Detail Plugin Description||
CC Child Pages is a simple plugin to show links to child pages via a shortcode.
Child Pages are displayed in responsive boxes, and include the page title, an excerpt and a "Read more..." link.
You can choose between 1, 2, 3 & 4 column layouts.
3 & 4 column layouts will resize to a 2 column layout on small devices to ensure that they remain readable.
CC Child Pages editor button
CC Child Pages now adds a button to the WordPress text editor, allowing you to quickly insert the shortcode and select many common options
CC Child Pages widget
CC Child Pages also includes a widget for displaying child pages within your sidebars.
The widget can be set to show the children of the current page or a specific page, or to show all pages.
Pages can be sorted by their menu order, title or ID. You can also select the depth of pages to be displayed.
You can now also tick the checkbox to show all pages, in which case the widget will behave much like the standard Pages widget but with additional options.
Using the shortcode
The simplest usage would be to use the shortcode with no parameters:
This would show the Child Pages for the current page in 2 columns.
You can add the
You can also show the child pages of a specific page by adding the
To exclude pages, use the
If you want to prefer to use text other than the standard "Read more ..." to link to the pages, this can be specified with the
You may also hide the "Read more ..." link altogether by setting the
Since there is no other way for the visitor to link to the child page, you can choose to make the page titles link to the child page by setting the
(This is mainly designed to be used with the
You can display a thumbnail of the featured image for each page (if set) by setting the
You can now also display thumbnails at different sizes to the default ('medium') size. Simply specify the thumbnail size in the
You can make thumbnails link to the related child page by setting the
... note that specifying the
You can limit the length of the excerpt by specifying the
You can hide the excerpt altogether by setting the
You can stop Custom Excerpts from being truncated by seting the
... this will display custom excerpts exactly as entered without being shortened. (Especially useful if using the Rich Text Excerpts plugin, in which case all styling will be preserved.)
To change the order in which the child pages are listed, you can use the
(the default value) - shows the pages sorted by the order in which they appear within the WordPress admin
sorts the pages according to the ID of the page
sorts the pages alphabetically by the title
sorts the pages alphabetically according to the slug (page_name) of the page
sorts the pages by author
sorts the pages by the date they were created
sorts the pages by the date they were modified
shows the pages in ascending order, sorted by the value of
shows the pages in descending order, sorted by the value of
You can now also use the
(the default colour scheme)
If you want to style the child page boxes yourself, you can also specify the
Finally, you can also display just an unordered list (
When using the
The columns are responsive, and should adjust according to the browser being re-sized or the size of the screen being used.
N.B. Because the shortcode uses the WordPress
The shortcode also allows you to display sibling pages (those at the same level as the current page within the hierarchy).
To do this, set the
This will override the
This can also be used with the
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