Learn how to clean up your Super site of old or random pages by removing them from the Pages section of your Site dashboard. Note that removing pages from Super will not affect your Notion pages, but it will remove any page level custom code or custom SEO settings for those pages.
How to Clean Your Super Site of Old or Random Pages
If you are going through multiple iterations of large structural changes to your Notion pages by adding, moving and removing pages in Notion, sometimes you can end up with pages in your site that are no longer valid.
This is because Super has detected a set of pages and added them to the site, then these pages have changed significantly or removed in Notion. Super does not remove pages from the page list automatically so as to preserve the integrity of the site/url structure when things move around in Notion.
If you are developing your site, and you end up with a range of extra old pages, the best way to clean up is to remove all the old pages and have Super detected the new ones again.
How to clean your site of old Pages:
- Go to the Pages section of your Site dashboard
- Click on the three dots next to the page you want to remove
- Select remove pages - this will remove this page and all its subpages.
- Click ok in the confirmation message
If you select remove pages on the home page, the home page will remain but all subpages will be removed.