Set a custom expiration period for selected pages

You can enable and configure Expiration period for pages as described in Outdated content settings. This setting is applied to all frontend pages automatically.
If you want to set a custom expiration period for a single page or multiple pages in bulk, perform the following:

  1. On the Pages page:
    • To set a custom expiration period for a single page, select the page and in the Actions dropdown box, click Set as outdated after...
    • To set a custom expiration period for multiple pages simultaneously, select these pages and in the Bulk actions dropdown box, click Set as outdated after...
  2. On the Set as outdated after... screen, select among the available expiration options:
    • As set for all pages (180 days)
      This option applies the default setting 180 days or your custom setting for all pages (if configured).
    • After ... days
      This option allows you to specify a custom period in days, after which only the selected page(s) will become outdated.
    • Never 
      Use this option, if the selected page(s) must never expire.
  3.  Click Save changes.

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