How to Insert a List of Nodes Matching a Search Term

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If you want to insert a list of pages that contain a search term, there is a simple Insert Template to do this.

For example, a list of all content nodes in a tree that refer to "ordering" could be added like this:

##pagelist: ordering##


 To quickly add your own page lists, follow these steps:

  1. Edit the node that will contain the page list.
  2. Place the cursor in the content area where you want the page list to appear.
  3. From the Content Editor toolbar, select the  button, then the Tags button, and choose Node Page List from the editor menu:2022-04-04_12-35-47.png

  4. In the node's content area, you'll see something that looks like this:

    ##pagelist: keyword##

    Replace keyword with the keyword you'd like to list, or leave it blank to include all pages.


When you use your tree, the list of pages matching your keyword will appear like this:2022-03-07_20-41-58.png

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