Sub Navigation Widget

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The Sub Navigation widget allows you to display child pages of a parent page in a widget area/sidebar. It displays the titles of the parent and child pages as a navigator.

In this article, we’ll explain how to display a navigator through the Sub Navigation widget in the Jupiter WordPress theme.

Sub navigation widget - widget front end

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In order to display a navigator in a widget area/sidebar, you’ll need to add the JP – Sub Navigation widget to a widget area/sidebar, and then configure its settings.

Note: The widget should be added to a page that has child / sub pages otherwise it will won’t display a no navigator. If you are not familiar with child pages, read the Pages article in the WordPress documentation.

To add the widget:

From the WordPress left menu, go to Appearance > Widgets.

Sub navigation widget - widget menu

On the Widgets page, locate the JP – Sub Navigation widget in the Available Widgets column, and then drag and drop it into a widget area. In this example, we chose the Page Widget Area.

Sub navigation widget - widgets area

Fill out the settings form with the necessary information, and then click on the Save button.
TitleDisplays a title at the top of the widget. If left empty, it will show nothing at the top of the navigator.
Sort byDetermines the order the links based on Page order, Page title and Page ID.
ExcludeDetermines the ID of the posts that need to be excluded from the navigator. You’ll need to add ID of the posts and separate them with commas. For example: 24, 234, 45 
Note: The widget is ready. Now you may need to add the Page widget area/sidebar to a page so you can see the widget. If you are not familiar with adding a widget area/sidebar to a page, read the Adding a sidebar article.
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