Thank you very much for replying. What’s unfortunate is that while the demo content is intended to accelerate development, you ignored the ask about how to remove it once development is complete.
To reiterate - post or page demo content cannot be deleted, or moreover the status changed from “published” to “draft”. This is a bug, and given how it’s impacting marketing and general SEO I’m regretfully lost on why the demo content cannot be removed. Said content has been indexed, has nothing at all to do with the business, and needs to be deleted.
Please be clear about what we need to “understand” about static content that should be part of the dev process, and removed once the site is published. If one cannot remove the demo content at all, or easily mitigate its propagation to major search engines, what is the attraction to your theme? Seems shortsighted given your marketing.
If there is no means of removing the content and reversing the damage it’s done, please advise as to a refund process.