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EDIT: I've managed to solve this with the help of Reddit. For those interested I used Admin Column View

My website has about 50 pages separated under 5 parent pages. In the backend it is a mess of pages, and when I give this website to the client they're going to have no idea what to do with it.

The pages span across 3 pages of next buttons, can I group these pages by their parent page so that they're hidden until the parent page is clicked on? Preferably a plugin or something similarly simple to use.

Just so there are 5 pages rather than 50 to scroll through.

The way it is displayed now:

- Child
- Child 2
- Child 3

Is really un-client friendly.

Thanks in advance

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Why is that un-client friendly? Plugin recommendations are generally off topic here. – Brad Dalton Feb 6 '14 at 9:11
Assume that the clients I'm dealing with barely know how to save a Word Doc in the right place. – Josh Feb 6 '14 at 9:14

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