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Dynamically link to child page WP

  • # November 26, 2010 at 9:00 pm

    I’m using subpages on a WP site as follows;

    Products (Parent Page)
    -Office (Subpage 1)
    –Office Gallery (Child of Subpage 1)
    -School (Subpage 2)
    –School Gallery (Child of Subpage 2)
    ….etc

    How can I create a link on each subpage to its child page using just one template in my theme? I need to be able to give this link a css class name. In other words I need to have the code in my page template look something like

     

    or something like that……

    I tried using wp_list_pages for a child page from the WordPress Codex but this returns a list and I really need just the permalink to the child page.

    Is this easy? Impossible?

    Thanks in advance.

    # November 28, 2010 at 4:15 am

    You can do it by giving your pages tag id’s.

    Then use jquery or javascript to determine whether a page is a subpage and if it is then those links will link to it’s parent..

    My jquery/javascript isn’t very strong but it would be something along these lines:


    if($("body").attr("id", "products_sub")) {
    a.class_name.attr("src", "products.php");
    }

    I might be wrong but you can try playing around with that.

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