Hide a Page in Hugo
Option 1: Draft The simplest way to hide a page when using Hugo is probably to set the post as a draft. This way, you still have the content ready to go for when you need it. To hide a page by setting it as draft, so our drafts page: Set Post as Draft Tutorial Option 2: Hide from Posts List You still want the page to be visible, but you don’t want to show it your blog posts list?
Working with Draft Posts
Hugo has a built in mechanism for draft postings. This allows you to work on a post and not publish it until you are ready. Great for when you’re dipping in and out of writing. This is a setting that sits in your post, in the top section. Our example below shows you how to do this with yaml.
Show All Tags For a Post as a List
When showing your blog post, either as a single page or within a blog post list it can be nice to show the tags associated with that post (we do here on MakeWithHugo!). This is going to be a quick post (hopefully) showing you how to add your tags as a list and each linked up. You can add this code to either your single.html layout file or inside the loop in list.