Quick start guide on temporarily hiding pages
Do you have some pages in your template that you want to NOT publish to your website? Here we give you two options,
a. Saving the page as a draft, or
b. Keeping it published and hiding it from search engines (using robots.txt)
1. Navigate to Page Settings
Once you have decided on a component you can simply paste it into your webflow designer as a new section. This gives us the base structure on page and is ready to be added into your collection list element (we will get to that)
For this demo we're going to copy across Blog Component 07, which includes a standard blog grid section, aswell as a featured post section at the top.
2. Save the Page as Draft
Once we have decided on a component, lets look at its structure and use that to plan the fields we require in our collection. Of course, you can customise these and add/remove fields as you need, but for this example we're going to assume we need all the fields by default.
Upon reviewing the component we can see it has the following field requirements which will need to be connected.