Sitefinity CMS allows you to unpublish and then delete the PageNode and the underlying PageData through the code.
To unpublish and delete a page:
Get the page node or data.
When deleting the page, first, you must get the page node or data. For more information about finding a specific page node and data, see For developers: Query pages.
Unpublish the page.
It's a good practice, to set the ApprovalWorkflowState to Unpublished before doing the deletion.
The following example uses the Native API to unpublish the page with the specified Title:
Delete the page.
After you get and unpublish the page, you delete it.
Save the changes.
Finally, you must save the changes.
To delete a page you can use the Native API or the Fluent API.
To delete a page using the Native API, you must use the PageManager class. For more information, see Delete a page using Native API.
To delete a page using the Fluent API, you must use the page facade. For more information, see Delete a page using Fluent API.
To delete a specific page with the Native API, you use the PageManager class and LINQ queries.
The following example deletes the page with the specified Title:
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