To use the Pages of Children plugin you must first install it. To install this plugin, go to the Dashboard of your site.
Then go to the “Dashboard Sidebar –> Plugins –> Installed Plugins.”
The page of Plugins is listed in alphabetical order. Scroll down and find “Pages Children.” Then click the “Activate” button to use Pages of children.
This plugin now activated will automatically hide subpages behind the parent page.
To make a page a “parent” go into the dashboard again.
Then go to the “Dashboard Sidebar –> Pages –> All pages.”
Select the page that you wish to make into a subpage by clicking on its title.
On the right side of the “Edit Page” screen there is a section called page attributes. Under this section there should be a Box that is labeled “Parent”. From this box scroll down and select which page should be this page’s parent.
Then select update on the right side of the screen to apply this change.
Putting pages as subpages will now help clean up the clutter on your “All Pages” screen. As seen by these before and after screenshots.
To now access your subpages all that you have to do is hover over your parent page and click sub-pages.
The subpages are now displayed and ready to be edited.