Magento 1.6 has a powerful content management system built into the backend. You can disable any of the static CMS pages without deleting it. this can be handy if you need to "turn off" a page for a specific time. This saves the administrator time since the static page does not need to be re-created only enabled. Disabling and enabling a CMS page in Magento 1.6 is done through the admin panel.

  1. Log into your Magento Admin Backend
  2. Go to CMS ->> Pages
  3. magento_404_1

  4. Click on the page you wish to disable
  5. magento_disable_page_1

  6. Click "Status" dropdown and set it to "Disabled"
  7. magento_disable_page_2

  8. Click "Save Page"

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