Manage WordPress Pages Easily on a Drag-and-Drop Interface

WordPress is not build for pages, its more for the posts. Page Management is not very smooth yet.

This can be critical if you try building a static Website with WordPress with lots of pages in it. Setting the page order and managing parent and sub pages can be very (very) (very) confusing.

Here is a plugin that makes life so much easier.

WordPress Page Management with pageMash

pageMash is a simple and cool WordPress plugin that makes managing pages very easy. Once installed, the plugin add a menu item pageMash under the Pages on the left sidebar of WordPress admin.

The interface looks like:

pageMash Demo - Note the Arrows

pageMash Demo - Make a Note of the Red Arrows, Click for Live Demo

The pages are listed here according to their Page Order. so if you list pages somewhere on the blog using wp_list_pages the pages would appear in the exact same order.

To move a page up or down, just drag and drop it there. A parent page can be made a sub-page of any other page by dropping it over to the second page. Simple as that.

You will love this plugin, give it a good rating!

Download pageMash | Live Demo of the Plugin

Hello, I am Arun Basil Lal. Thank you for reading!

I am a WordPress product developer and creator of Image Attributes Pro. I am passionate about solving problems and travelling the world.

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  1. Sriraj says:

    Hmm, I would probably not need it once I completely shift to thesis. You can drag drop and even change the name of the page with out actually changing the name 🙂

    • Most users wont need this plugin, but it becomes inevitable when you have lots of pages. Recently worked on a blog that had over 100 pages. Found this on the way 🙂

  2. Alex Newell says:

    Thanks Arun, this looks like a really useful plugin with a clear need and I’ll be trying it out.

  3. Ben says:

    A great alternative:

    Disclaimer: I’m the developer

  4. Yet another alternative is CMS Tree Page View, which let you drag andr drop to reorder your pages, but also create new pages and search for pages:

    I’ve also got a disclaimer 🙂
    I’m the developer of this plugin

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