How to disable a page
A disabled page becomes inaccessible to visitors and displays a 404 - Page Not Found error if someone should enter its URL. Disabling a page will also make it hidden from navigation menus. Once disabled, only Admins, Publishers and Authors will be able to view the page when logged into their site account.
Here are two ways you can disable a page on your eCatholic website:
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Disable a page using the Site Map
Open the Site Map Editor
First, open the Site Map Editor by clicking Site Map in the blue Admin Toolbar.
Click the Settings of page you'd like disabled
Hover your cursor over the page you wish to disable and click on the Page Settings icon to view more options.
Disable the PageUnder the Basic settings, find the Disable Page option and select Disabled.
Save your changes
Once you’ve finished working in the Site Map Editor, click the green Save button at the bottom of the screen. After verifying you’re ready to Save and Exit, you will be returned to Edit Mode.
Disable a page from the bottom bar
Visit the page you wish to disable
Go directly to the page you wish to disable.
Go to Page Settings
Click the Page Settings icon in the bottom left-hand corner of your screen.
Disable the pageUnder the Basic settings, find the Disable Page option and select Disabled.
Save your change.
Click the green Save button at the bottom of the screen and then Publish your page to reflect the page's new setting.
LEARN MORE: Understanding the Site Map Editor