Is there no way to create a page a child page of another page? Do I have to create it and then rename it?
Ok, I found a way, using the Children page of the parent.
I’m no sure I understand the question. XWiki supports nested pages but you know that.
Is your question whether it’s possible to have a page having 2 parents? If so the answer is no.
I was asking how to create a Nested page without having to create it and then make it Nested. The way I found to do that is go to the page that shows its children:
Then click the Create button that page.
However, I see I create a link on a page to a page that does not exist, then it will do it as well.
The problem is I had a page that we could not rename or move (we got an error, but the error disappeared so fast, we can’t see what it was), so I deleted that page and recreated it - I was using the old link, which is why it wasn’t being created as nested.
I still don’t understand this. All pages are created as nested pages (unless you’re an advance user and tick the “terminal page” checkbox: https://www.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Documentation/UserGuide/Features/DocumentLifecycle/#HByusingtheAddPageaction ).
That doesn’t make sense to me. When you’re on a page and click Create you’ll always create a page nested under the current page (if the current page is not a terminal page ofc).
Maybe your page was a terminal page and thus it cannot have children?
No, it is not a Terminal page.