Hiding pages when publishing

Hello Community,

I am new to coda and I am thinking of upgrading to a pro version .
I see there is a “hide” feature in pro. I am wondering : when you hide pages from a doc, do they sill appear when you do a “publish” ? I am looking for a way to choose which pages to display , since I have a lot of cross doc tables that I wish to hide from the final viewer…
Hope I am being clear
Thank you :slight_smile:

Hello @Jessalynn_Choby :smiley:
And welcome in Coda Community :grin: :tada:

With the Pro account you can hide pages and they will be hidden also in the published doc (and that’s exactly the setup i’m using :slight_smile: )
Be careful that they are not “not accessible” but just hidden, an user that know the “url” of that page can still access it (but not from any visible menu offcourse), @Paul_Danyliuk did a bit of research and find that, so credit to him!

I’m here if you have any other question or doubts concerning hiding pages or datas, or suggestions in how to organize your doc :slight_smile:

@Mario But if you just share doc, then the menu to unhide documents is left accessible as far as I tested. So its just the thing for published docs?

Hi @Marko_Petrovic, using the “classical” Share, others can still “unhide” them, but for sure they are hidden in published docs!

So i suggest in this case to publish doc in “edit” mode, just to add, locking function do not block the hidden pages “show/hide” switch, this could maybe be an interesting option to add!

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Thank you Mario =)
I upgraded and tried it and it worked perfectly !

Thanks a lot !

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