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Sub Pages WordPress Widget
Sub Pages WordPress Widget

As we continue to develop our websites we are constantly adding new and fresh content. As these pages add up it becomes even more important to make sure that your website remains easy to navigate. We do not want visitors to get frustrated or simply not find what they were looking for because our navigation system is flawed. Adding a sub-navigation menu to the top of your sidebar is a great way to make your site easier to use. So, for example, if you have five services listed under your “Services” tab, the sub-pages widget will make it so that if a user clicks on one of those services or on the services page, the list of your five services will automatically show up in the top right so they don’t have to keep using the drop-down menu to move through your content. In this wordpress tutorial, I will demonstrate how to add a sub-pages widget to your sidebar.

Table of Contents:

  • Install the plugin: 1:20
  • Add the widget to your sidebar: 2:15

Search “Subpages Widget” or download here:
http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/subpages-widget/

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