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How do I hide Drupal nodes that shouldn’t be directly accessed from users and search engines?

I was wondering what is the best way to hide a node page?

I am using a content type (book page) to create my books and I have a library page (a view) to list all the books, I dont wan to have any individual book pages visible to the users.

I have tried playing with node access modules and they didn't work for me.

I would still like to the access level to TRUE so I can refer to that node from other nodes/views by reading their content, but I don't want the users to see that particular node page.

How do I do that?

Many thanks

marked as duplicate by mpdonadio, Clive, Chapabu, kiamlaluno Oct 13 '12 at 23:08

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  • Make sure you read all of the answers on the question linked above. Currently, Rabbit Hole is my preferred solution. – mpdonadio Oct 3 '12 at 21:02
  • Thank you very much. I haven't seen that post, will read that one instead. – Luca Oct 4 '12 at 1:30

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