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I have created a menu with the hopes of listing all of the child and grandchild pages of a page (see link below) it works great except that it is cutting off the menu at about 15 children pages, most of the grandchild pages show up until the last few. The html all looks right. any ideas? http://www.simplycast.com/marketing-automation/

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If you are using get_pages, you probably want to specify 'nopaging' => true in your arguments. Or you can specify posts_per_page to increase the allowed number of items returned. If that's not it, you'll want to show some code. – RadGH Jul 29 '14 at 17:26
Thanks I tried adding the nopaging arg, no luck. I have the feeling it's the css, since if I remove the class on the main ul the list is accurate (everything is there and lists properly) – Michael MacMillan Jul 29 '14 at 17:38
Which menu is getting cut off? At the top, "Partners" contains "Resellers" which contains three children, so you have at least a 3-deep menu working. If you believe it is a CSS issue, try looking for the menus that do not appear in the source code. If CSS is hiding them, they will still show up in the source. – RadGH Jul 29 '14 at 17:57
the issue has been resolved. – Michael MacMillan Sep 3 '14 at 16:59

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