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#1 Burgos925


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Posted 10 November 2018 - 07:28 PM

The U.S. Embassy in Panama website requires "two child pages associated to the parent" in order for the table of contents to appear. 


Can someone say what "two child pages associated to the parent" are and how to make, acquire, or procure them?



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#2 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted Yesterday, 07:47 PM

Since you have posted in 'Web browsing, etc.' I am assuming you are using this term in connection with web-site design. This refers to the sructure of the pages on a web-site.


The 'Parent' is a page which may be on the top level of the tree structure and the 'Child' is any web-page which is dependent from it. It is a bit similar to a file structure where you may have folders within folders within a folder on, say, the C:\ drive.  See this image -




This is part of the page assembly diagram frm a small web-site I run. 'Competition' is a child of 'Home', 'Handicaps', 'MpPairs weekly' and 'Aggregate weekly are children of 'Competition' and 'MP Travellers' is a child of 'MP Pairs weekly'.


I hope that makes things a bit clearer !


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