Hide “child” pages in sidebar?

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  • #44088

    mleeph
    Member

    I am new here, so I apologize if this is a common question.

    I plan on having many static pages along with my blog, so as to post some of my poetry. If possible, I would like to have a different page for each piece. The issue is that my sidebar is rapidly becoming frighteningly long with each new page. Is there some way that I can hide the “child” pages and show only the “parents”? Here’s what I mean:

    Currently shows:

    PAGES:
    PARENT
    -child
    -child
    -child
    PARENT
    -child
    PARENT
    -child

    I would like it to show:

    PAGES:
    PARENT
    PARENT
    PARENT
    … with links to the “child” pages on each individual “parent” page. Is this possible?

    Thanks in advance to any who can help.

    #44188

    rsathya
    Member

    Hi mleeph
    tried looking up ur blog, but was not able to (since it is protected)
    I think the above would be related to the theme ur using. U could choose a theme that displays only the parent page (some do it in the side bar and some do it in the top !)
    and u can hard code the links to sub pages in the specific parent pages.
    I do some think similar @ my blog, take a look here if ur interested.

    HTH

    edited : to update the link to point to the specific page that has the links to sub pages on top

    #44191

    nosysnoop
    Member

    My sidebar was also dragging down the side. So I picked a template with two sidebars:

    Andreas09 by Andreas Viklund and Ainslie Johnson

    A three-column theme with customizable colors and sidebars on the left and right.

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