Adding a /page that is hidden


(Joe Wasser) #1

I have a site, www.commentaryaudio.com, that I want to add a hidden page to. Meaning I don’t want it to show up in the menus. I want the be able to type www.commentaryaudio.com/tech into my browser to get to it. I know there has to be a simple way to do this but I rather ask than to start trying things and messing my site up.
Thanks,
Joe


#2

In the Page Inspector Panel, Uncheck Show in navigation to prevent it from showing in the menu.


(Joe Wasser) #3

I got that part but what do I put in the Folder and Filename boxes. I guessing that’s where I tweak but not sure what to do?


(William Davis) #4

Try this:

Browser Title: "Tech"
Folder: "/"
Filename: “tech.html”


(Joe Wasser) #5

That seems to be close but that shows up as http://commentaryaudio.com//tech.html . I would like to simplify it down to just www.commentaryaudio.com/tech because sometimes I need to tell other folks about it too.


(William Davis) #6

Revert back to “index.html” as the Filename for “Tech”, and make sure the “Tidy Website Links” is enabled:

This panel is located in Settings > Advanced.


(Joe Wasser) #7

That seemed to do it. Thanks! Really simplifies the functionality of the site.
Thanks,
Joe