Swifty Page Manager launched

Today we launched the our Swifty plugin for WordPress:

Swifty Page Manager – makes creating and managing your pages easy.

Download: http://wordpress.org/plugins/swifty-page-manager/

As you might have noticed, managing the pages of your WordPress site isn’t very intuitive out of the box. We found a way to make it a whole lot easier. Here’s how…

Reasons to try Swifty Page Manager:

  1. It shows you how the pages of your WordPress site are positioned and related to each other in a so called page tree view.
  2. It alows you to manage the page settings (such as name, status etc.) in a very intuitive way.

Try it – it’s free ;-)


  • Create a new page (by clicking the + icon)
  • Name a page (for the menu in your site)
  • Position a page (on the same level as the previous one or as a sub)
  • Publish a page (by clicking the publish button)
  • Put a page back on draft (after it has been published – new pages start as draft)
  • Move a page with drag and drop (click and hold the page icon while you move it)
  • Jump to a page to view it (by clicking the view icon)
  • Jump to a page to edit it (by clicking the edit icon)
  • Remove a page (by clicking the trash bin icon)
  • Retrieve a page (by clicking the ‘Trash’link)


We hope that Swifty Page Manager makes your life a little easier and that you will enjoy this free plugin. If you like it, don’t forget to rate it! This helps others make a well informed decision.

Credits: this plugin is based on CMS Tree Page View.

June 4, 2014
Robert Heessels
  • RobertHeessels

    Do you think adding and managing pages in WordPress should be easier? Will this plugin help you?

  • Cool! I am definitely am going to check this out!

  • Rika Muller

    I am trying to install Swifty on WordPress.
    The error I get…
    Installing Plugin from uploaded file: swifty-site-designer.3.0.1.zip
    Unpacking the package…

    Installing the plugin…

    The package could not be installed. No valid plugins were found.

    Plugin installation failed.

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