Toggle visibility of Pages
Sometimes I need to not show a page on my site, but may want to show it sometime in the future, or show it or not show it depending on my mood.
A résumé page for example. There is no feature in WordPress to do it, which is similar to how Posts work (for a Post, I can set it to Private or Draft, for example).
It is possible to exclude pages from the menus with a little theme/style-tinkering.
I'd like to see the "save draft" option extended to included pages, as well. This would allow you to work on pages, save and preview them prior to just making them live and then having to edit live pages if you notice a mistake.Great suggestion.
While it is possible to affect the display order and visibility of pages, it's cumbersome. It would be terrific to have options in the admin panel for display order, and display on/off.
I agree that a "save draft" option would also be useful for pages.
Yes I agree completely...
At the moment I get round this by having an empty page called (something like) "holding bay", this page IS excluded from all menus, if I then want to "hide" a page I just make it's parent "holding bay"... it's a 'hack' but it works. (plus it also means you have to modify your theme.)
Won't this be taken care of by version 2.1 with pages being able to have private and draft status like posts?
Implement this as a part of "toggle visibility of categories" (categories of pages, in this case).
This is in version 2.1 already.
Pages can be drafts in 2.1
please help me understand this. i have a site:
on the right side bar, you can see 'food blogs'. click on it, it will say 'sorry no posts match this criteria'. when i am logged in as admin, however, i can see the content of the page it is linked to. it is an unpublished page. can i publish the page and hide it somehow?
if i do publish the page, it shows up in the nav bar on the top along with 'home' and 'profile'. how do i get around this?
i want to have a link that goes to a page on my own site.
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