The tutorial for changing your post and page visibility in Wordpress will be a perfect match for those who would like to see specific content of their post and page in Wordpress.
As some of you might have already known, visibility in the status module is used to set who can read the post. Lucky for you, the procedure of changing it is not challenging by updating the Visibility option in the Document Settings module for your specific page or post. Now, Let’s begin to go through this tutorial article!
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1. Change the Visibility
When you are editing your post or page, you can access the Document Settings under the Status option. You can set it to Public for everyone to see, Private for only Editors and Administrators or Password Protected with the password you choose by clicking Public link next to Visibility under the Status & Visibility option.
The same process can be done by adding your post or page in Wordpress.
2. Extra circumstances
In case you don’t see Document Settings on the screen, notice the cog icon next to Publish and then click it.
Before choosing the type of visibility, remember that Readers, Feeds, or in any search cannot find the Private posts are not visible. A post can be private without being password protected. Password Protected posts will only be viewed if you enter the correct password even though followers will still receive a notification about this new post.
When you have already updated your post or page visibility settings, you have to click the Update or Publish button so that the changes live can be pushed.
One more thing to remember about the option to Follow Comments in Settings to Discussion is that the option is disabled for password protected and private posts. In case you want to protect the majority of your posts with passwords, and you might want to change all of them to Public in the future, you will need to update each post at a time. However that currently isn’t a way to bulk edit multiple posts to switch from Password Protected to Public. The best way to go about this is to set your blog to Private instead.
3. About Sticky Posts
Before we start, remember that this section applies to blog posts only. If you practice stickying a site page, including pages that list posts by category, author and archive date, you might not succeed. However, you still can link to a site page, or add it to a custom menu.
WordPress .com blogs display the latest post at the top, which means that posts in reverse chronological order on the home page. Even that there isn’t a way to display posts in chronological order, but you can mark some posts as Sticky to make them appear above the other posts. As long as you uncheck that option on the Edit screen for that post, they will stay at the top of all.
Click “Stick to the Front Page” in the Post Settings to use the toggle option. Then, the Sticky posts appear highlighted in some way, depending on the theme you’re using. As usual, the Sticky option is only used for one or two posts on a blog. It should not be used for every post.
That was all that you have to know about changing your post and page visibility option in Wordpress. I assume that all of you here will find this article and easy to follow. I am looking forward to seeing you satisfied with your experience in Wordpress. Thanks for your reading time!