Page status Hidden, what does it really do?

Hey guys,

Quick question about the “Hidden” status.

What does it do?

Cheers,


Travis B.
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Travis B. wrote:

Quick question about the “Hidden” status.
What does it do?

It makes a page invisible, and is helpful when creating new site pages
in which not all the content is in place yet.

Published: website.com/mypage -> shows content
Hidden: website.com/mypage -> shows 404 error

Hmmm… I was hoping for a way to still have a page resolve when I
got to the absolute URI but not show up say, on a
<r:children:each> … reason is, I have some pages as children but
only want 3 of them to show up on my subnav. Ya, I could hardcode it
but that is just so not elegant.

Thanks man,


Travis B.
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Ah yes, I totally forgot I could do that.

Thanks man,


Travis B.
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Just add an empty page part to the pages you don’t want to show in
your sub navigation and check for existence of the part in your
iteration. That is the easiest way :slight_smile:

Edwin

Op 6-sep-2007, om 18:55 heeft Travis B. het volgende geschreven:

Travis B.

What does it do?
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