HOW to make SUB PAGES

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  • #394325

    Hi!

    It’s not that I’m lazy or anything but I already get a headache trying to find out how to make a sub pages. Please can someone give me a Step by Step instruction?

    Thanks in advance. Jessica

    The blog I need help with is mytagalogstories.wordpress.com.

    #394467

    Hi. Please paste the exact URL of your blog when asking questions here, or link your nickname to your blog (as explained in the Sticky 8 Things to Know Before Posting). We can’t help without that.

    #394485

    Thank you for tying to help! My bad, I’m new here so, I thought the site url would automatically be included in my post.

    Anyway I solve the problems already but now I have another problem. How should I hide the sub pages so they don’t line up on the sidebars?

    Anyway I will still try to solve it but it would be nice to have a helping hand.

    Oh by the way my URL is: http://mytagalogstories.wordpress.com

    #394488

    When you’re in the page editor, you’ll notice there’s a number at the end of the page URL in the address bar of your browser: that’s the page ID. You get these numbers, then go to Appearance, open Pages widget, write the numbers in “Exclude”, save.

    (But why do that? How will one access your subpages in that case?)

    #394495

    Is that so? no one will be able to access it? so it isn’t possible to hide a subpage and only make it show-up when someone click on the parent page?

    Maybe I don’t make sense but Thank you, panaghiotisadam.

    #394497

    If you don’t want them in the sidebar, you’ll have to write links to them in the parent page; there are only four themes that do that automatically, and two that have dropdowns – see here:

    http://wpbtips.wordpress.com/2009/03/24/parent-page-links-to-child/

    #394504

    Thanks, it seems to complicated but thanks for helping. I try to study it a bit more.

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