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Is it possible to loop through all the pages in a website? If so, how?

I'm building a one-pager resume website, and I want to display all of the website's pages as parts of my main page.

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I was able to learn how to do it.

Here's a solution:

$pages = get_pages();
foreach($pages as $page) {
    echo($page->post_content);
}
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Are you talking about something like this:

   $pages = get_pages(); 
   foreach ($pages as $page) {
       echo $page->post_title;
   }

?

Of course you can sort them (sort_column, sort_order), filter out (exclude) unwanted etc. by using specific arguments applied to get_pages() function - you can check them in the Wordpress docs.

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I would suggest doing this:

query_posts(array('post_type' => 'page'));

while (have_posts()) { 
    the_post();
    get_template_part( 'templates/list/content', 'xxx' );
}

wp_reset_query();

Doing this you will be able to use

get_template_part( 'templates/list/content', 'xxx' );
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    you should never use query_posts – Mark Kaplun Jul 20 '18 at 15:09
  • @MarkKaplun and why is that? – Nicolay Hekkens Jul 23 '18 at 9:17
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    because it s a horrible kludge which will break pagination and make even more unexpected fun. google for it – Mark Kaplun Jul 23 '18 at 19:22

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