How to Manage Pages in WordPress using Advanced Page Manager

How to Manage Pages in WordPress using Advanced Page Manager
Sue Rhodes

Often users mainly use pages to build their WordPress sites (see the difference between posts and pages in WordPress). This allows them to build a static site with an optional blog page. However, it becomes harder to manage pages using the default interface on a larger site. In this article, we will show you how to manage pages in WordPress using Advanced Page Manager.

Managing the pages of your website
Johanna Colon

This link will basically forward you to a page where you will be presented with the same interface used for adding a page, however this time it will be filled with information for the page you are editing. Respectively you should edit the information depending on your personal needs and then use the Update  button.

Last but not least in order to delete a page you will need to once again access the Pages page from your WordPress admin area Pages- > All Pages. Once you hover over the page from the pages listed in the table view at the center you will be able to notice the Trash link which is used for moving the selected page into the Trash section.
Rubie Canty

Advanced Access Manager (aka AAM) is all you need to manage access to your website frontend and backend for any user, role or visitors.

Organize Your WordPress Pages Easily with Advanced Page Manager Plugin
Joann Townsend

Want to move a page before or after another page? Advanced page manager makes it easy, click on move option and hover on other page and you will get the options namely after, before and subpage. Click on either after or before button to move the selected page after or before the hovered one. Go for subpage option if you want to make the selected page as the subpage of hovered one.
Aline Knutson

1) A Custom-built User Interface:
With hundreds of pages in your menu, you need a tailored UI that offers a complete view of menu, the parent pages and their child (sub-items). AMM has that user-interface. Besides offering a complete picture of your menu, the clutter-free UI also allows you to view, add, edit and manage your pages and posts to make your job easier.

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