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How to make Top row of Pages TAB invisible to other ?

  1. Hi All,

    I heard from Miss Tim that the TAB on the top row like Home , Contact Me , About Us, is possible make it only visible for me only . Mai i Know where to set ?

    As i want to create some of these TAB only for me to keep some data for myself.


    The blog I need help with is

  2. I think you heard wrong. The ADMIN bar is visible only to you, the one with My Account, My Dashboards, New Post, etc. You don't have to do anything about that.

  3. Okay raincoaster thank you for your faster reply, I think you are right. just visit your blog , have many photo.

  4. @PaulYeo11
    There's a bit of a misunderstanding going on here. You are following up our conversation from yesterday. You are asking about creating some static Pages and hiding them from displaying to your readers in the navigation menu. This can be done. See > See also >

  5. I have watch the video , and the explanation on the below doc,

    i am not able to find the setting for Exclude for me to enter the page nuber which i want to exclude.

    Can you pls show me where ?

    instead i try my deskboard , -> edit page page -> i select the page i want to hide. -> publish box , i set the page to be invisible.

    it is due to my version diff ?

    one more question is , when it hide the page , visitor are not able to view the page , it is possible for me to view the page only ?


  6. @paulyeo11
    Please make sure that you do this first. Go to your Admin section dashboard and click "screen options". When it opens click all of the buttons so you have full access to every option. Then come back here and by that time I will have typed out instructions fro you.

  7. This is the Pages edit screen.

    I cannot describe this any better than the support documentation describes it.

    Exclude – If you would like to keep certain pages from being listed in the widget, you can enter the Page IDs (separated by commas). To find the Page ID, go to Pages->Edit and hover over the title of the page. The status bar of your browser will display a URL with a numeric ID at the end. This is the page ID.

    See > the diagram land look for the red circle around the number

  8. By default all are tick when i open " screen option ".

  9. Good > click this please

    There you will see the titles of the Pages you created. Hover your mouse over them and click one then look up at your top browser bar. You will see a URL with a numeric ID at the end. This is the page ID. Leave this open.

    Now open another tab or window, log-in and go here > Appearance > Widgets
    Drag the Pages widget out of the Available widgets box and drop it into the Sidebar box.
    Click it to open it and you will see this:
    Sort by:
    Page IDs, separated by commas.
    Delete | Close

    Type the Page ID number you saw in your browser in the other tab into the space where I indicate with bold letters above followed by a comma,

    Go back to the Edit pages screen and repeat the same process for every Page you want to hide.
    When you are done click "Save" and then "Close" on the widget.
    Close the other pages edit screen tab.
    View the front of the blog to see that the Pages are now hidden.

    When you want to view your hidden pages use this link

    WHEW! I think that's it. :)

  10. Many thank for sharing with me how to hide. think this are trick not in the manual. also i like abt the work around for view my owe hiden page.

  11. I'm happy to hear that you are happy. I will now tell you something in another thread of yours.

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