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Node Visibility: Hiding and Revealing Content

Thursday 04 September 2008 4:05:00 am

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By default, all nodes in the Content branch are visible and thus accessible on the front-end of a site. To "unpublish" content means to take content off the public site. This is usually achieved by deleting the content object (clicking the Remove button), or hiding the node (changing its visibility status). This article introduces the concepts relating to node visibility and walks you through how to hide and reveal content. It is based on concepts explained in eZ Publish Advanced Content Management.

The target audience for this article includes anybody who works with content in the Administration Interface. We assume that you are familiar with the concepts of the content node tree, the object life cycle, and the general layout of the Administration Interface, which were all covered in the eZ Publish Content Management Basics book.

This article was written to be compatible with eZ Publish 4.0, although the concepts and procedures should be similar for other versions.

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