Unlike to posts, WordPress pages allows you to create sub/child pages of any page. This is done from page attributes widget present on Dashboard -> Pages -> Add New page. By default WordPress doesn’t provides you any option for listing child pages but most WP themes allows you to show them as dropdown menu in navigation. Now this article is on few good WordPress plugins you may use for listing child pages on their main parent page so that you can make things easy for your visitors specially if you are not showing them on navigation.
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Now most of the WordPress themes provides you next and previous post navigation buttons that allows your readers to open blog post written before and after any particular WordPress post. Even in one tutorial we discussed about a plugin that allows you to add next and previous post button in admin area edit post pages, these admin area navigationbuttons allows you to open edit screen of next and previous post.
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WordPress allows you to create child pages of any page. For creating a child page all what you do is select the parent page from the Page Attributes meta box on the left of Add New & Edit Pages in WordPress admin area. This tutorial explains you how you can easily display child pages of any page by using simple shortcodes. You can use a custom width and size of page’s thumbnail.
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