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Hiding Pages From Navigation Menu

It is not necessary for all application pages to be visible in the navigation menu. These “system” pages may be accessed by a link from another page or a redirection via the Navigate action.

Exclude From Menu

Let’s exclude the Customer Demographics page from the navigation menu.

'Customer Demographics' navigation menu item.

Start the Project Designer. In the Project Explorer, right-click on Customer Demographics page node, and press Exclude From Menu.

Using the 'Exclude from Menu' context menu option for 'Customer Demographics' page.     'Customer Demographics' page is now excluded from the menu.

On the toolbar, press Browse. Notice that the Customer Demographics page is no longer present in the navigation menu.

'Customer Demographics' page not present in the navigation menu.

The page may still be accessed by the URL ~/Pages/CustomerDemographics.aspx.

Page 'Customer Demographics' is still accessible via the URL.

Include in Menu

Let’s restore the page to the navigation menu. Switch back to the Project Designer. Right-click on Customer Demographics node, and press Include in Menu.

Using the 'Include in Menu' context menu option for 'Customer Demographics' page.     'Customer Demographics' page is now included the menu.

The page will be included at the end of the menu. Let’s move it back to the original position. Drop Customer Demographics node on the right side of Categories node.

Dropping 'Customer Demographics' page on the right side of 'Categories' page.     'Customer Demographics' page placed after 'Categories'.

On the toolbar, press Browse. The Customer Demographics navigation menu item will have been restored.

'Customer Demographics' page now present in the navigation menu.

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