Sub page won’t display

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  • #327692

    taxplanning
    Member

    Hi,

    Today I tried to put two pages http://tax-planning.nl/humor/cartoons/ and http://tax-planning.nl/humor/taxquotes/ under one category ‘Humor’ http://tax-planning.nl/humor/
    however these pages won’t show up

    I’ve tried with and without page numbers in the subs, republished a few times in different ways, but to no avail.
    The blog has a ‘Digg 3 Column’ theme, I could not find anyone with similar experiences.

    The blog I need help with is tax-planning.nl.

    #328014

    rosclarke
    Member

    Pages don’t have categories attached. Categories are only for posts.

    #328029

    taxplanning
    Member

    sorry I meant main page

    #328038

    1tess
    Moderator Emeritus

    I think you are asking how to make “cartoons” and “taxquotes” sub pages of the page “Humor” ?
    If so, edit the pages “cartoons” and “taxquotes” (one by one). In the editor, there is a module called Attributes where you’ll find a box to make each one a child of the “Humor” page.

    If you add a page widget to your sidebar, the child pages will be seen.

    If you don’t want another widget in the sidebars, then you’ll have to make links to the child pages on the “Humor” page yourself.

    #328113

    taxplanning
    Member

    Thanks, I’ll go for the links in the post.

    #328118

    1tess
    Moderator Emeritus

    Looks like you got it working. I have a suggestion for your readers’ convenience you could put a link back to the humor page at the bottom of ‘cartoons’ and of ‘taxquotes.’ Obviously they can return to the top of each to navigate, but chances are that if a reader is interested in one, he will be interested in the other.

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