Drupal: Stop Displaying Content on a Landing Page
These instructions are the same for any page on your site; however, you should rarely edit the display of content on a single page on your site. Most of the time, when you need to change the display of content, you should make those changes for the content type as a whole. Landing pages are the exception to this rule of thumb.
Additionally, your role in Drupal may not have the proper permissions to complete the task. Contact your site administrator for additional information.
- Click Menu in the Administrator toolbar.
- Click Content in the Menu toolbar.
- Use filters, if desired, at the top of the Content page to locate the page you want to edit by entering Title, Type, Author, Published status (Yes or No), or Vocabulary and clicking Apply.
- Click the page title link in the Title column for the page you want to edit.
- Click the Customize display tab.
- Click content link in the Operations column next to Full page override. You should see a diagram of regions and panels that match the general layout of the content type your editing and the arrangement of content being displayed on that content type.
- Click the gear icon for the pane that is displaying the content you want to hide.
- Either click Disable this pane or click Remove.
- Disable this pane hides the pane from public view, but it remains part of the panel and retains its configuration settings.
- Remove deletes the pane from the panel. All configuration settings for the pane are lost and if you want to display the content again, you will need to add and configure the pane again.
- Choose the publishing state from the Change State drop-down menu near the bottom of the page (required).
- Draft: This state keeps the display change(s) private. You can keep working on the page without having the public see it.
- Needs Review: This state keeps the display change(s) private, but flags the page as ready for editing.
- Published: This state makes the display change(s) public.
- Enter a message to state your changes in the Log message for this state change field (required).
- Click Save. You should see a status message saying The settings have been updated.
- Click the View tab to see the changes to the page.
- Note: If you chose Draft or Needs Review from the Change State drop-down, click View Draft instead.
- Add a Page to Your Site's Menus
- Note: These instructions are for pages with a shortcut to add to menus.
- Add Links to a Menu
- Note: These instructions are for any page you want to add to a menu, including pages that aren’t part of your site.
- Set a Page as Your Site's Homepage
- Edit the Layout of a Landing Page
- Display More Content on a Landing Page
- Stop Displaying Content on a Landing Page