WordPress has an option that is perfect for editing your content before you publish it. This Draft mode will save whatever posts or pages are currently being edited and allow the blog owner to come back at their leisure, edit those drafts again, and hit Publish when they’re ready.
Hide pages in WordPress easily read more…
When you finish creating a new post or page in WordPress, the final step is to hit the Publish button. What you may not know is that if you’re not yet ready to take the page live, you can hit the Save as Draft button to save it for later. That way, you can come back and finish it when you have more time, without having to worry about your visitors finding your half-built page.
Do you need to hide a page in your WordPress site? This blog post will show you how.
WordPress has an option that can “hide” a page from the web-based version of your site, but not from mobile apps or RSS feeds.
Let’s take a look at how you do this and why it might be helpful for some sites. First, go into the settings menu on your WordPress admin dashboard (you’ll find this under “Appearance”).
Then click on the “Screen Options” tab in the top right corner of the screen. Next, scroll down to where it says Page Visibility and checkmark Hidden.
Once you’ve done that, just hit save! Now only logged-in users with administrative access.
Hide WordPress Pages through robot.txt
The robots.txt file is a configuration file that you can add to your WordPress site’s root directory. It allows a website to provide instructions for search engine bots, hence the name “robots.txt”.