Page Index

Shortcode which displays a simple tile based page index showing the child pages of the loaded page or of the supplied pageid or slug. This plugin is multisite compatible.

To use simply place the [page-index] shortcode on a page or in a post. Tiled page index based on child pages of the page the shortcode is used on.

If a different page index is required, or the shortcode is used in a post use one of the following parameters:

  • pageid
  • slug

e.g. [page-index pageid=’32’] or [page-index slug=’mythology/celtic-fairy-tales’]

If both parameters are supplied, then pageid will take precedence and slug will be ignored.

Download

Download from GitHub.

Installation

To install the Page Index plugin:

  • Download the plugin from GitHub.
  • Upload the entire zip file using the Plugins upload function in your ClassicPress admin panel.
  • Activate the plugin.
  • Configure relevant settings via the configuration page in the admin control panel (azurecurve menu).
  • Add page-index shortcode to pages.

Support

Support, including bug reports, feature requests or questions, is available from azurecure via the azurecurve Community site.

Translations

Translations are usually in the plugins languages folder, but our Translations site will have the most up-to-date versions.

If you can translate the plugin, please request access via the azurecurve Community site.

Changelog

Changes and feature additions for the Page Index plugin:

  • 1.0.0
    1. First version for ClassicPress forked from azurecurve Page Index WordPress Plugin.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Can I translate this plugin?

    Yes, this plugin can be translated using the available .pot file or via our Translations site which will have the most up-to-date versions.

    To translate on our translation site, please request access via our Community site.

  2. Is this plugin compatible with both WordPress and ClassicPress?

    This plugin is developed for ClassicPress, but will likely work on WordPress.

Donation

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