Parent Child Menu

Parent Child menu widget allows you to show a navigation menu on your page, starting from the "WordPress Page Attributes" setting block. You can set infinite options.

Menu of parent pages

  1. Dynamic page parent/child: if enabled the menu will build starting from the current page;
  2. Use second level: if enabled the depth of your menu will be 2;
  3. Exclude myself: if enabled the current page will not be shown on the menu;
  4. Hide siblings: if enabled it hides the sibling from the current page (works when Dynamic page parent/child is enabled);
  5. Only children: if enabled shows only the children (works when Hide siblings are enabled);
  6. Parent page: when Dynamic page parent/child is disabled here you can choose a different parent page for your menu (default is current page);
  7. Style: Horizontal or Vertical menu layout.


  1. Show parent page title: hide or show the parent page title;
  2. Show child list: hide or show the child list;
  3. Show border: when style is vertical, you can choose the border type of menu;
  4. Show separator: when style is horizontal, you can choose the separator type of menu;
  5. Width: when the separator is enabled you can adjust his width;
  6. Force block width: if enabled a container box contains the menu;
  7. Box width: the width in pixel of the container box;
  8. Text alignment: the alignment of menu voices.


  1. Header space: the space around the header (for example the parent page title);
  2. List space: the space between every menu voices;
  3. Indent: the indentations of menu voices.

Space of 2nd level

  1. List space: the space between every menu voices;
  2. Indent: the indentations of menu voices.


Take a look at a working example

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