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Using the Reference Pages option

Ever needed to create a page but do not want it shown publicly on your main navigation? One example would be a search page. You don't want "Search" to show up in your menu but when someone does a search you need a page to exist for those search results to display on. Another example would be if you have a marketing promotion that needs it's own page but you don't want to include it on your main site navigation menu. You can set it as a "reference page" and then setup a link to that page from your homepage or any other page on your website.

You can set any page (Section, Category, or Page) as a reference page but note if you set a Section or Category as a reference page if you have Categories or Pages under them those will also hide on the menu as their parent is hidden.

Turning on the Referece Page Options

  1. Go to your SiteMap.
  2. Click on the page to edit or create one if you need a new page.
  3. Scroll to the bottom of the edit screen and set the "Make this a reference page" option to "Yes".

SiteApex Editor Reference Page Yes