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I've a very simple task to do in Drupal 8, but I've hard time to find the proper way to do that.

I have a simple menu like this (all basic pages).

  • Company
    • Organization
    • Values
    • Terms
  • Services
  • Team

And when we go to Company page, I want to display all three sub-pages content in there.

How do I get the sub page node ID from the current menu? In Drupal 7, I'd go with something like menu tree data, and parse the URL to get the node ID; I'm sure we can do something similar with Drupal 8, but I can't find a way.

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  • Company page, I want to display all three sub-pages content in there is there a reason why you need to also have them in separate pages? Seems kinda pointless to click on organization and see the same thing you saw in company. – No Sssweat May 7 '16 at 9:03
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I think you're approach is just from the wrong end, the menu is just a list of links and not meant to control content.
What you want to do is:

  • Make "Company" as a views > page or a views blocks within etc.
  • Make a taxonomy reference for the sub pages or make them separate entity or content type, in order to specify your sub pages in views.
  • Create view_mode like teaser to format their subpage display.

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