How to Archive Web Content

In some cases you will no longer need a webpage and will choose to archive it. Currently, in order to prevent outdated Events from showing up, we will have to archive them. In this example we are going to archive an Event, but the steps that follow are the same if you need to archive any other kind of web content.

Here is how to archive an Event:

Here is the Event I would like to archive (“Pie Bonbon Cake Launch Party” at the bottom):

1. In the black menu bar, click “Multiple-Section Content” under the “Content” menu item.

This will take you to the “Content” page:

2. Use the search filters to find the Event you want to archive. To find an Event, choose “Event” under “Type”, and select the Section it belongs to in the “Section” field. Click “Apply” to search.

3. Check the box next to the title of the Event you want to archive.

4. In the “Operations” area above the list of content, in the dropdown selection that says “Choose an operations”, select “Unpublish Content”.

5. Click the “Execute” button.

6. You will see this confirmation screen asking you if you are sure. If you a sure you want to unpublish, click “Confirm”.

7. Check the page where your Event showed up and it will no longer be there:

 

Here is how to archive a page:

1. In the black menu bar, click “Content”

This will take you to the “Content” page:

2. Use the search fields to find the page you want to archive.

3. Check the box next to the title of the page you want to archive.

4. In the “Operations” area above the list of content, in the dropdown selection that says “Choose an operations”, select “Unpublish Content”.

5. Click the “Execute” button.

6. You will see this confirmation screen asking you if you are sure. If you a sure you want to unpublish, click “Confirm”.