I often use the first page as sort of "section header" to indicate the common topic of its child pages. Usually, this "header page" contains nothing, but can be opened. This is confusing.
Could we make this page visible, yet unclickable?
Pratap Kumble5 months ago
This feature request came up on our roadmap and we have had some discussion on how we would like to proceed. I would like to discuss the idea with you and the community. :)
We discussed a few approaches and picked the most appropriate and one that has the least effort for the application developer.
Idea: When a page is created and has no widgets added (empty page), the page will not be clickable via the menu, and it will act as a section page so to speak. So the application developer does not have to do anything else. AIMMS will differentiate these pages. The application developer can still access these pages via the page manager if they see the need to add widgets.
We will also think of a way to indicate such pages in the page manager for easy identification.
Please let us know what you think and if you might have some questions or suggestions.