CMS Tree Page View
Adds a CMS-like tree overview of all your pages and custom posts to WordPress – much like the view often found in a page-focused CMS.
Within this tree you can edit pages, view pages, add pages, search pages, and drag and drop pages to rearrange the order.
CMS Tree Page View is a good alternative to plugins such as pageMash, WordPress Page Tree
and My Page Order.
Page management in WordPress won’t get any easier than this!
Features and highlights:
View your pages & posts in a tree-view, like you view files in Windows Explorer or the Finder in OS X
Drag and drop to rearrange/order your pages
Add pages after or inside a page
Add multiple pages at once – perfect for setting up a new site structure
Available for both regular pages and custom posts
Works with both hierarchical and non-hierarchical post types
View your site hierarchy directly from the WordPress dashboard
Drag and drop between trees with different post types to change to post type of the draged item, i.e. change a regular page to became any custom post type
Support for translation plugin WPML, so you can manage all the languages of your site
Show your pages on your site in the same order as they are in CMS Tree Page View
To show your pages on your website in the same order as they appear in this plugin, you must
sort them by “menu order”.
// Example using query_posts $args = array( 'post_type' => 'page', 'orderby'=> 'menu_order', 'order'=>'ASC', ); $posts = query_posts($args); // Example using wp_query $args = array( 'post_type' => 'page', 'orderby' => 'menu_order', 'order' => 'ASC', ); $query = new WP_Query( $args );
Watch this screencast to see how easy you could be managing your pages:
This plugin is available in the following languages:
Ukrainian, by getvoip.com
Always show your pages in the admin area
If you want to always have a list of your pages available in your WordPress admin area, please check out the plugin
Admin Menu Tree Page View.
Donation and more plugins
Check out my other plugin Simple History if you want to see a log of changes in your WordPress admin. With Simple History you can see login attempts (both failed and sucessful), page changes, plugin updated, and more. It’s a great way to view user actions on your site!
If you like this plugin don’t forget to donate to support further development.
Upload the folder “cms-tree-page-view” to “/wp-content/plugins/”
Activate the plugin through the “Plugins” menu in WordPress
Now the tree with the pages will be visible both on the dashboard and in the menu under pages.