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Hi folks, I started with the vanilla SubPagesByLevel XSLT script, and modify the look, not the xslt code. However, this particular case, I forgot to add the umbracoNaviHide property to the DocumentType. I added it later, and set a few pages to "True" for this property to no effect. The pages are still visible in the menu. I have republished the entire site and that did not solve the issue either.
Have I missed a step somewhere? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
I would check that the variable name you have added to your document type is exactly "umbracoNaviHide" as it is case sensitive, I have fallen into that trap a few times!
You can also try re-publishing the top level node and say to include all children, this is different to re-publishing the entire site on the content node context menu. ( I think! )
Also, try un-publishing the pages you are having a problem with, and then re-publishing them.
Thanks Chris. Yes, I did use the correct casing for the alias - I think this forum removes upper casing from the subject line. I have tried all of those you suggested, all to no avail. It's really baffling me at the moment. Any other suggestions?
You created the property as a checkbox, right? And when you say "True" you just mean that you've checked the box on some pages... (?) Otherwise you've got the reason right there.
Does your nodes in the data/umbraco.config file have
I would check that first as you should be able to quickly tell if the problem is saving the property or parsing it in XSLT.
Right...admittedly I had to do things in a bit of a rush so I skipped debugging and went straight to recreating the DocumentType and associated page straightaway. Sure enough, that did the trick! I have checked and checked the property alias and type and it definitely had the correct name, casing, and property type even before I re-created the DocumentType.
Still bugs me how it feels so flaky at times...there's another problem I've been having but I'll post that in a new thread.
I sometimes get the problem where I put "umbracoNaviHide " instead of "umbracoNaviHide" (a trailing or leading space will break the functionality)
That's a great point Murray - I didn't think about whitespaces! Will be more careful next time, especially since I copied'n'pasted the alias...
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