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Best Answer James B , 07 December 2012 - 11:52 PM

Hi there,

 

Yes you could look into a widget to get the child pages to show in a menu on the sidebar. I've copied some in below for you that I've found on a quick google search, you might find more though on the wordpress codex.

 

To turn widgets on and off on a per page basis you'll need a plugin called widget logic, which i've copied in below for you .

 

http://wordpress.org...ubpages-widget/

http://srinig.com/wo...ns/flexi-pages/

 

http://wordpress.org...s/widget-logic/

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#1 michaelleftcoastlogiccom

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Posted 07 December 2012 - 11:41 PM

I'm sure the answer is simple; I just can't find the documentation. How do I show a menu of all pages that are children of the current page, in the widgets column of my web site?

 

- And how can I turn this on and off for specific pages? (I suspect I require the Custom Sidebar widget?)

 

Thanks!



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Posted 07 December 2012 - 11:52 PM   Best Answer

Hi there,

 

Yes you could look into a widget to get the child pages to show in a menu on the sidebar. I've copied some in below for you that I've found on a quick google search, you might find more though on the wordpress codex.

 

To turn widgets on and off on a per page basis you'll need a plugin called widget logic, which i've copied in below for you .

 

http://wordpress.org...ubpages-widget/

http://srinig.com/wo...ns/flexi-pages/

 

http://wordpress.org...s/widget-logic/



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Posted 11 December 2012 - 11:32 PM

Excellent, thanks! I've got another issue, will post separately...