How to create sub pages

If you are building a site with a lot of pages you may wish to organize the pages to have sub-pages, which is referred to as “Parent/Child” relationships in WordPress. 

Here is an example of what a Parent/Child page structure looks like when you navigate to the “Pages” area of WordPress: 

In the example above, the “Hub” page is the Parent page for Course 1, and Course 1 is the Parent page for the lesson pages. 
You can make any page on your site a child page by going to the “quick edit” screen from the “pages” area and then selecting the Parent Page:

A great tool to use along with this is our “Breadcrumb Trail” element, or if you have a membership site, another element that will use the parent/child page relationships is the legacy Membership Content List element

We hope this was helpful to you. If you need further help please reach out to us in support and we’ll be happy to help.

Updated on November 28, 2022

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