My website is designed as a single static front page using the Sydney theme. Since the website is for purely for information, this page is the only thing that I want my visitors to be able to access.
The page is made up of separate sections using testimonial, services (in different categories), clients and testimonials. I do not use posts, projects, employees or comments.
The front page works works fine. However, I have just discovered that as well as having the static front page, I can also access pages for categories, services, employees, projects, clients and testimonials by typing in the address bar. Some of these pages are generating soft 404 errors which is how I have found them.
Is there a way using CSS to stop these pages from being accessible?