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Adds a new widget type you can deploy in your sidebar regions (and/or elsewhere) to display section-based navigation, along with the ability to exclude certain pages from showing up. The title of the widget is the top level page within the current section. The widget then can show all of the page’s published siblings (except on the top level page), all parents and grandparents (and higher), the siblings of all parents and grandparents (up to top level page), and any immediate children of the current page. It can also be called by a function inside template files. It includes a simple widget configuration panel. From this panel you can: Determine whether the widget should appear on the home page Override standard behavior and have the widget show all pages in the current section Determine whether the widget should appear even if the section only has one page (the top level) Provide a list of pages to exclude from the output Determine whether the section navigation should still appear when viewing excluded pages Use a specific widget title (i.e. In This Section), or just use the top level page title Determine whether the section title should be linked Determine page sort order (defaults to menu order) The widget uses standard WordPress navigation classes, in addition to a unique class around the...
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