CMS Tree Page View shows WordPress pages as a tree, instead of a (useless) list. You can expand and collapse branches and move pages around. It’s a very useful feature if your site is made up of pages and not only blog posts.
Until just last week CMS Tree Page View had no concept of language. All pages were created the same. Pär and I talked and decided to change this. By adding a language selector to the Tree Page and applying the standard WordPress filters, CMS Tree Page View now works multilingual.
You can choose which language to arrange pages in and the pages tree will include only pages in that language.
This change is not released yet and you’re invited to test it. Grab the development version from here:
Place in your plugins directory, unzip and activate.
Once you do that, you’ll get a new menu under Pages, allowing you to order pages as a tree. This is the original demo video for the plugin (without the language selector yet):
We’d love to get your feedback about CMS Tree Page View. You can leave comments here or directly in Pär’s site.
For now, CMS Tree Page View works on pages only. Pär says that soon, there will also be a version that supports custom types.
EDIT: This Beta version already supports custom post types!