This plugin adds a checkbox, “include this page in menus”, uncheck this to exclude pages from the page navigation that users see on your site.
Any issues: contact me.This plugin adds a checkbox, “include this page in menus”, which is checked by default. If you uncheck
it, the page will not appear in any listings of pages (which includes, and is usually limited to, your
page navigation menus).
Pages which are children of excluded pages also do not show up in menu listings. (An alert in the editing screen,
underneath the “include” checkbox allows you to track down which ancestor page is affecting child pages
in this way.)
It is possible to temporarily pause and resume the effect of Exclude Pages by using the new
templates tags. The following code will show a list of all pages in your site, even those normally hidden:
Pages' ); ?>
You can also get an array the IDs of the pages which are excluded by calling the function
ep_get_excluded_ids();, you can then use these IDs as you wish (e.g. feed them into raw MySQL queries).
Note to other plugin authors:
The plugin does not operate on wp_list_pages while the user is on an admin page, if this is an issue you can take advantage of the
ep_admin_bail_out filter and create a filter function which returns false to allow Exclude Pages to operate in the admin area.
If your plugins or themes don’t use the standard WordPress functions to create their menus then they won’t work. To get them to work you will need to track down the bit of code in the theme/plugin which gets the pages and change it to apply the filter “get_pages” (I cannot be responsible for any unforseen effects of the changes you make, so please test thoroughly). The change to getting pages will probably look something like this:
$pages = apply_filters( 'get_pages', $pages );
Please contact me if you’re completely stuck and we can discuss possible solutions.
Exclude pages is incompatible with:
Requests & Bug Reports
I’m simply noting requests & bug reports here, I’ve not necessarily looked into any of these.