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hide one post/category from everywhere (except when it is explicitely called)

  • I am using wordpress as a simple CMS.

    It has Pages and a blog (which is not the fron page)

    I have a single post which is displayed in the sidebar of the Pages.

    I want to stop this post from showing up anywhere else (i.e not in the blog, archive, search, etc.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated

    I have used all the methods of hiding a category detailed in the codex but they all still count the excluded category and so in areas where I only have one post showing (like on the main blog page ,it skips the category but doesn’t display the next one)

    Tom

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  • What about making that post a Page instead?

    Is there a way of calling the contents of that page in the sidebar.

    The site is live by the way at http://www.michaelgaisford.com/

    Tom

    I would like to hide a post too.
    I have a category “press” with an intro post. This post is called (with plugin “get-a-post”) at the top of the category template; but I would like to hide it in the category itself (else there is the same post two times) and in the home page…
    I tryed to save it as “private” post; but then the plugin “get-a-post” don’t show anymore if you’re not admin.

    This is only a quarter of the solution I’m afraid, but you may be able to extend the code: I’ve written a plugin, Exclude Pages, which will hide pages from the navigation. They will still show up in the search. It also doesn’t work with posts… all that aside 😉 it may be a start for you?

    Good luck.

    Simon

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