how to supress the child page listing

I see on this page:

https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/CONF50/Confluence+User%27s+Guide

a link at the bottom that says 10 Child Pages

On my pages however, the child pages are listed individually, not compacted under a convenient link like this. How can I set my pages up the same way? I don't like the child pages being listed individually by default. I much prefer this summary view.

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The view remembers the state of last expansion. If you click on the child pages link, it collapses the view. If you reload the page, it "remembers" that you collapsed it.

If you expand it, then reload the page, then it will still be expanded.

Is there a way to set default behavior across a space? I'd love to set this as collapsed by default globally for all users.

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