While looking for some new plugins from the official WordPress plugin repository the other day, I came across a cool plugin that some of you might need or find useful especially if you have a lot of pages on your WordPress-powered blog/website.
The plugin is called the CMS Tree Page View and what it does is it adds a CMS-like tree overview of all your pages which is similar and often found on page-focused CMS.
- View and organize pages in a simple to use tree view
- Available both on it’s own page and on the dashboard
- Edit pages directly from the tree
- Add pages at any place in the tree
- Drag and drop to rearrange your pages
- Search pages
- See all pages — including private and drafts — or just publicly available pages
The CMS Tree Page View plugin is easy to install and use. It’s very simple, straightforward and does what it’s supposed to do. To install, just download, unzip and upload the CMS Tree Page View folder to the wp-content/plugins folder and activate it. Once activated, the plugin will add a Pages Tree View widget on your Dashboard. It can also be accessed via Pages > Pages Tree View.
This plugin is intended for admin use only. If you want to share and make the pages tree view visible to the public, then you’ll need the Nice Navigation plugin which is created by the same developer.
Anyone tried or are currently using the CMS Tree Page View for WordPress plugin?