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SharePoint 2013 - Show sub-sites in page, view or webpart

Posted on 2013-05-15
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Hello;

I'm looking for a simple way to show a list of all sub-sites for a particular site.  This could be via a web part page, some other page, a web part, a list, etc.  Nothing fancy--just a simple list of sub-sites that users can click on to go into a particular sub-site.  It could be exactly like the screen you see when you click 'Add Site Content', which shows sub-sites (but without showing the other site content--list sand libraries).  

Again--this could be a slick, list-style web part or a quick and dirty 'show all site content' but only showing sub-sites.  

Note that this is SharePoint 2013 Foundation, so QEWP isn't an option.  Ideas?
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