Showing and hiding site map files

Showing and hiding site map files

You can modify the layout of the site map to show or hide hidden and dependent files. This is useful when you want to emphasize key topics or content, and de-emphasize less important material.

To hide a file using the site map, you must mark the file as hidden. When you hide a file, its links are also hidden. When you display a file marked as hidden, the icon and its links are visible in the site map, but the names appear in italics.

To mark files as hidden in the site map:

  1. In the site map, select one or more files.
  2. Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh), then select Show/Hide Link.

To unmark files marked as hidden in the site map:

  1. In the site map, select one or more files.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Macintosh) in the site map, then select Show/Hide Link.
    • In the collapsed Files panel (Window > Files), click the Options menu in the upper-right corner, then select View > Show Files Marked as Hidden.
    • In the collapsed Files panel (Window > Files), click the Options menu in the upper-right corner, then select View > Show/Hide Link.

To show or hide files marked as hidden in the site map:

  1. In the collapsed Files panel (Window > Files), click the Options menu in the upper-right corner.

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  2. Do one of the following:
    • Select View > Show Files Marked as Hidden.
    • Select View > Layout to open the Site Definition dialog box, then select the Display Files Marked as Hidden option.

To show dependent files in the site map:

  1. In the collapsed Files panel (Window > Files), click the Options menu in the upper-right corner.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Select View > Show Dependent Files.
    • Select View > Layout to open the Site Definition dialog box, then select the Display Dependent Files option.

Related topics

  • Viewing a site map
  • Modifying the site map layout
  • Working with pages in the site map
  • Saving the site map


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