Creates secondary navigation which shows the child pages of the page you are currently viewing.
CSS class applied to the link that matches the current page.
Default = "".
Give this control a unique id. Can be accessed in the client DOM (eg, document.getElementById('myid') or in the server DOM using [? $myid ?] or [? $('myid') ?]).
If true, then when viewing a page that isn't the root page, the parent page will be included at the start of the nav. Default = true.
CSS class applied to the link included by the includeparent attribute. Used to differentiate from the child links. Default = "parent".
If both this and includeparent are true, then a link to the parent page will be displayed even if there are no child page links to display. Default = true.
The root page to populate navigation items from.
Default = "current".
When viewing a page with no children, should it render the pages at the same level as the current page?
If a string / page id is specified, this attribute applies for the page specified.
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