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Consider setting a post or page to Private for any areas of the site where you would not want Google to index. For example, a page that lists links to copyrighted materials that would never be publicly available.  
 
Consider setting a post or page to Private for any areas of the site where you would not want Google to index. For example, a page that lists links to copyrighted materials that would never be publicly available.  
 
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#Click '''OK''' and '''Update''' the post/page
 
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Note: * the Private Content Login Redirect plugins redirects users to login if they try to access a protected resource.
 
Note: * the Private Content Login Redirect plugins redirects users to login if they try to access a protected resource.
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Latest revision as of 11:58, 5 December 2017

This content is out of date or no longer relevant and should be considered for deletion.

With the Subscribers Only plugin activated, subscribers to your site will have access to Private posts or pages.

Consider setting a post or page to Private for any areas of the site where you would not want Google to index. For example, a page that lists links to copyrighted materials that would never be publicly available.

To make a post/page private:

  1. Make sure the Subscribers Only and Private Content Login Redirect* plugins are active
  2. Edit the page/post you want to make private
  3. In the Publish block click Edit next to Visibility
  4. Set the visibility to Private
  5. Click OK and Update the post/page