Why don't you want users to find property pages? If it's just because you don't want users to edit them, you can protect those pages.


On Fri, Oct 3, 2008 at 6:05 AM, Marc Feickert <FeickertMD@familysearch.org> wrote:

I am using semantic forms with SMW, and I am creating dropdown lists for users to choose from. To populate these lists, I have to create a property with several [[allows value:=xx]] notations in it.


This works just fine, but with such a tactic my users can now search for, find, and edit the property. Is there a way to hide the property form the search results so that only I can find it, edit it, and use it? I know that smw contains certain properties that behave in this manner (Allows value, Corresponds to, Display units, Equivalent URI, Has type, Imported from, Provides service, and Subproperty of). Essentially, I want my special properties that populate these lists to behave in like manner.

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