Hello. This has already been asked by someone else, whether they can hide subcategories from home page but the response was to modify the CSS. Could there be a feature which could hide the subcategories without having to modify the CSS?
Ability to disable core pages
Henry Wright last edited by henrywright
I think the correct term for pages is routes?
I set my homepage to /recent/ and have removed the /categories/ icon from my navigation menu. So in my case, the /categories/ page is now pretty much unused unless someone visits the URL directly.
It would be useful if you could provide settings in the admin area to disable pages. So for example, if I disabled /categories/ then visited that page directly in a browser I would get a 404. The same would go for /recent/ and /popular/ etc if I chose to disable them.
This isn't exactly a killer "feature" but would help to keep a tidy site, focusing users on certain forum areas only.
agarcia17 last edited by
@henrywright I believe you can disable routes in the ACP under general/navigation
Henry Wright last edited by
@agarcia17 That doesn't disable the route, it just removes the link from the navigation menu.