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Managing and updating your website can be tricky, especially when it comes to hiding sections or pages from your visitors. Fortunately, there are several ways to do this in WordPress. In this blog post, we will explore the various methods of hiding sections or pages on a WordPress website.

WordPress Widgets

One of the simplest and most effective ways to hide sections or pages on a WordPress website is through widgets. Widgets are small pieces of code that can be added to any widget-ready area of your theme. They allow you to add content, images, links, and more without having to write any code yourself. For example, if you want to create a contact form but don’t want it displayed on the main page of your site, you can add the contact form widget to a sidebar or footer widget area instead.

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Page Visibility Settings

Another way to hide sections or pages is by using the page visibility settings built into WordPress. This feature allows you to set which users have access to certain pages or posts. For example, if you have an admin section for registered users only, you can set the visibility setting for that page as “admin only” so that only logged in admins will be able see it. You can also set visibility settings for specific user roles such as editors or contributors.

CSS Styling

You may also choose to use CSS styling techniques in order to hide certain elements on your site such as sections or pages. The most common way is by setting the visibility property of a given element as “hidden” within your stylesheet file (style.css). This technique is useful if you want certain elements hidden but still accessible via other means such as search engine crawlers or direct links from other sites/pages etc..


Hiding sections and pages on a WordPress website is easy with all of the tools available today. Whether it’s through widgets, page visibility settings, or CSS styling techniques – you have plenty of options for keeping certain content private while still making it publically available for those who need access. With just a little bit of tinkering and some trial and error, anyone can become an expert at hiding content on their WordPress website in no time!

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