We have a long list of about 30 pages so if we deactivate it make invisible a page in the middle, like 15, then all subsequent pages that are visible shift up in their sequence number, leaving all content links that may have been indexed by Google broken.
Is there any way to control the visibility of a section/page without disrupting the content URL?
Any help would be greatly appreciated. Our small business depends on our images ranking.
Yes but, what I am concern about is the content on the other pages that are still visible. If all their sequence numbers change as a result of me making a page above them invisible, then all of their content links are broken:
If I make tree invisible it shifts everything up
Therefore breaking content links for milk, house, and cactus. This is important for Google indexing and incoming links from other websites and blogs.
Is there a way to control visibility without automatically effecting the sequence number? This is a major problem I am facing with the site structure.
Therefore this breaks the IMAGE URL. Google uses these URLS to index images, so if they break by adjusting visibility or even reordering the list, that is a huge problem that I would really like resolved.
I enjoy Kirby very much, but this is a very big issue especially if my clients are dependent on their content ranking and not breaking. They should have the ability to activate/deactivate their projects without this worry.
It would be extremely useful and solves an integral problem with how the site works. This would be an essential update. Please please please consider this as an option.
I like using kirby, but for client work I have had to switch back to wordpress because of this very issue. There should be an easier way to active/deactivate pages without effecting content links elsewhere.
I am not suggesting that you get rid of the numbering system or re-do the entire structure in which Kirby is built.
I am just suggesting that there should be a way to control visibility/invisibility and sorting without changing the sequence number that is assigned to the page upon it’s creation. The original numbers can definitely stay, as long as they stay fixed.