There are times you have a page with multiple child pages that the parent page should simply be a index of those child pages.
I use to have a Custom Page Template that I would use for this -- here is one place still using it:
I've spent way too much time on this trying to get it in the current version of Genesis & really am lost.
I'm just too rusty with StudioPress / Genesis / WordPress.
Anyone have some simple code that would duplicate the functionality of that page?
You can easily build a template on a simple page using a plugin with shortcodes. I'd suggest starting with these two:
"Display Posts Shortcode by Bill Erickson"
Be sure to read the wiki: https://github.com/billerickson/display-posts-shortcode/wiki
You can create something like your example with a string like the following and a little CSS:
[display-posts post_type="page" post_parent="current" posts_per_page="-1" order="ASC" orderby="title" include_excerpt="true" image_size="thumbnail"]
I've also used "Genesis Featured Widget Amplified by Nick Croft" for similar setups. This plugin also provides a configurable widget. https://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-featured-widget-amplified/
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