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When crafting a website often Parent and Child pages have to be created. Parent and Child pages are special pages which carry content are specifically related to each other but make a lot of sense if read from the Parent page downwards to the child page(s). When using Wordpress as a Content Management System (CMS) creating such related (i.e. Parent / Child) pages is pretty simple.
The problem here is that both a Parent page and its associated Child pages are created as pages in the Wordpress page creation system. Wordpress displays all page titles as Top Menu items in the Top menu bar of the Wordpress template. This makes for a horribly cluttered Top Menu.
What website developers normally want is that only:
NOTE: This actually give rise to another problem. Since the Child pages are excluded from the Top Menu section by modifying the PHP codespec that creates the Top Menu, they cannot be invoked at all.
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