An ability to be able to choose which pages to upload or not.

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Wondered if it would be possible to have an ability to be able to choose what pages we wish to upload or not? I think I did ask this question in another posting ages ago. But thought I may bring up again.

We can put a padlock on pages to password protect, but this is not what I mean and also not very professional. Would be really excellent if we could choose which pages we are able to upload (similar to an ftp function - plus download/take off if we wish).
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J
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Hi JC,
The easiest way with Yola is to remove them from the navigation menu and remove any links to those pages until ready.
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Gop, hi there. yes do that now. Was wondering if in future could be added tho.
thhks as usual. JC
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Gop, back again. Question... when uploading via FTP, pages go to a server and they are online - if we wish to delete pge, we can then delete it from there and no longer shows. However, with Yola, once up, they seem to be 'up'. Yes, can delete pages our end and all links, but still will show online for ages? Can you explain workaround for this pls? Wld appreciate. Thks.
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Your best bet here would be to unpublish your site then re-publish the versions with the withdrawn pages. This would force the issue somewhat.

It may however, still appear because of caching along the way and it's likely that Google would have a cached version that could be accessible but presumably this would be a deliberate call by a user.
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Thks. Wondered if this way as cld not think anything else was poss. so many pages seem to get loaded up, one needs to take care. You defin are a 'marvel' as I see how you are assisting others in some way or another. A big thank you and 'pat on the shoulder'!
J