How to view all pages in a cluster

You can use a cluster tree to navigate the cluster. To view the cluster tree:

  1. Go to the page.

  2. Click ... → Cluster structure.

  3. Click Expand all subpages to view the whole tree.

How to insert a cluster tree onto a page

You can use the {{tree}} dynamic block to create a tree of cluster pages on any Wiki page.

To create a tree for the current page, simply place the {{tree}} element in the text of the page.

Additional {{tree}} parameters

You can configure the look of a page tree by using additional parameters:

Parameter Possible values
page or for

Address of the page to make the tree for.

nomark

Putting a frame around the tree:

  • 0 – Frame enabled.

  • 1 – Frame disabled.

depth Depth of the tree. If set to 0, the depth is not limited.
show_redirects

Showing redirects in a tree:

  • true – Include redirects in the tree.

  • false – Don't show redirects in the tree.

show_grids

Showing dynamic tables in a tree:

  • true – Include dynamic tables in the tree.

  • false – Don't show dynamic tables in the tree.

show_files

Showing attached files in a tree:

  • true – Include files in the tree.

  • false – Don't show files in the tree.

show_owners

Showing page owners:

  • true – Show owners.

  • false – Don't show owners.

show_titles

Showing page headings:

  • true – Show headings.

  • false – Don't show headings.

show_created_at

Showing page creation dates:

  • true – Show dates.

  • false – Hide dates.

show_modified_at

Showing page edit dates:

  • true – Show dates.

  • false – Hide dates.

sort_by

Sort pages:

  • title – By title.
  • cluster – By cluster.
  • created_at – By creation date.
  • modified_at – By date modified.
sort

Sorting order:

  • asc – In ascending order.
  • desc – In descending order.

Example of creating a tree for the page /example, sorted by page titles:

{{tree page="/example" sort_by=title}}