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Unpublish page appreating Issue

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  1. Janak
    Janak avatar
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    13 Dec 2010
    12 Jul 2011
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    Hi Sitefinity Team,

    We are facing strange issue related to Unpublished documents after we upgraded to Sitefinity 4.1 SP2 Professional edition license.

    Couple of pages we have created and after that our client told us to hide them and we did unpublish those pages. Once we unpublished it get's disappear from the left navigation (for logged in and visitors user) which is custom made using SitemapDataSource. 

    Now after I upgraded to version 4.1 SP2 the menu items start appearing for the logged is users which is wrong. It is not showing when I am not logged which is correct

    We don't want to show the unpublished pages in navigation.

    Waiting for your feedback.

    Best Regards,

    Janak Darji
  2. Boyan Barnev
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    30 Oct 2017
    14 Jul 2011
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    Hello Janak,

    Can you please clarify if the unpublished pages appear in the Sitefinity navigation control or in your custom implementation only? By default we have implemented a logic for our navigation controls that filters out pages that have the ShowInNavigation checkbox unchecked or are unpublished, so my guess is you are experiencing problems with the custom control. Can you please let me know whether you are binding it to a SiteMapDataSource control or are getting the pages with the API? The easiest approach would be to filter them with the API by including a .ThatArePublished() filter. Another option would be to simply mark the pages not to be shown in Navigation (edit Tittle and Properties and uncheck the ShowInNavigation checkbox) and then subscribe to the ItemdataBound event of your navigation control and set Visible="false" to those items that have ShowInNavigation="false". Please take a look at this forum post where we have provided examples on achieving this functionality using both approaches. If there are any additional questions, do not hesitate to write back.

    Regards,
    Boyan Barnev
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