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Practical Plone 3: A Beginner's Guide to Building Powerful Websites by Clayton Parker, Alex Clark

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Publishing your work

In this chapter, you've been working on your Plone site as a logged in user. The pages that you've created will appear in the top navigation tabs. However, try logging out and then finding the pages you've created—the navigation tabs for your pages aren't there anymore! Before the outside world can see your pages, you must publish them.

You may have noticed that when you view your pages (when logged-in), they are labeled Private. By default, when you create new pages, they are considered private. This allows you to work on a page "behind-the-scenes." Then, when you are ready to display the page publicly, you need to publish it.

Publishing a page

To publish a page, you should first, navigate to the page that you wish to publish. ...

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