WP Hide Pages

Hides selected pages from menus. You can manage this from your admin panel, so you don’t need to open template
codes to add exclude parameter to wp_list_pages function. Essentially it adds exclude parameter to wp_list_pages
function but it’s so easy now. You can manage via admin panel.

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Latest version: Download WP Hide Pages v1.0 [zip] (Downloaded times)


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  1. Unzip into your /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  3. That’s it 🙂
  4. Go admin panel and manage hidden pages.


For changelog go here.

37 thoughts on “WP Hide Pages

  1. steven

    love ur plugin. how would i make it so categories are hidden to all visitors only? logged in people can see it?

  2. Jon Leet

    I hate to be dumb, but I still can’t figure out how to make it work. If I am in /wp-admin/ should I see something when I edit the page or is it somewhere else?

  3. Matt

    I love the idea of the plugin and so for it is ok… one issue is that one of the topics i am trying to “un-hide” wont un-hide no mater how many times i update the list it keeps popping back into the hide area.. any ideas on how to fix it?

  4. Barry

    Another newbie here. I am in my Admin Panel and I see nothing to indicate where I can hide pages. No options in Menus area and the only option I get in the Plug Ins area is to edit settings, which shows me a bunch of code I don’t understand. Am I ignoring the obvious? Using WP 3.2.1


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