Hi Tom, your message is a bit confusing,
I’m not clear on what you’re trying to do or where you’re having problems.
But this might help clarify.
The designer allows you to publish to staging (
webflow.io) or to both staging and production (custom domain).
The editor is really designed primarily to work with the production domain. It can be used with your staging domain, but it’s a bit trickier to access. You must invite an editor, and then they must access your
webflow.io with with
?edit. As the designer, you don’t typically have a separate editor account, and therefore cannot easily choose whether you want to edit staging or production through the editor.
If you publish a site to staging only, those changes will not appear on your production site, and therefore won’t appear in the production editor.
There’s a further complication here in that sometimes if an editor publishes a change, Webflow might decide to publish everything from staging to production… which can be a disaster if you’re mid-feature-build.
Thanks heaps mate,
Apologies for the confusing message. I’ll see if i can make it clearer.
In the design editor all pages work and show up when clicked on, but when i publish it and test my page through my staging domain not all pages show up.
Ah if you’re talking about CMS pages, click on the CMS page settings ( not the collection settings, the collection page settings ), and make sure publishing is on.
Thanks for the help. What you suggest was right. I just had to turn on publish to my CMS pages.