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Node Visibility: Hiding and Revealing Content

Thursday 04 September 2008 4:05:00 am

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Node visibility refers to whether or not some published content can be viewed on the front-end of a site. Hiding a node will render the target node and the entire subtree below it invisible. This is the correct way to "unpublish" content without deleting it or moving it to a restricted section.

The three visibility statuses are "visible", "hidden" and "hidden by superior". You can alter the visibility status of a node from the pop-up menu or the Locations window.

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