Create a hierarchy for webpages

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A2mun
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Is there a way I can create a hierarchy for how webpages are displayed in the webpage list or sitetree?

 

I know I can set a hierarchy for external viewing through advanced menus, but how I can do this for the editors. 

 

Currently in the site tree I just see a list of all of the web pages I have created for a particular domain

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stefen
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@A2mun that's determined by the url structure. If you're pages have parent child relationships to them the URL should reflect that.

For example instead of creating pages like "/parent-page" and "/child-page" you should structure the child page like so "/parent-page/child-page" if that makes sense.

Stefen Phelps, Community Champion, Kelp Web Developer

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stefen
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@A2mun that's determined by the url structure. If you're pages have parent child relationships to them the URL should reflect that.

For example instead of creating pages like "/parent-page" and "/child-page" you should structure the child page like so "/parent-page/child-page" if that makes sense.

Stefen Phelps, Community Champion, Kelp Web Developer

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A2mun
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Thanks!

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PennyFrench
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How does one make an existing page into a child page?  I can find no methodology for actually creating an actual site tree.  Would have expected perhaps a drag and drop hierarchy but can't find any way to take an existing web page and make it a "child" of another page.

 

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