Settings → Privacy
The Privacy Settings control your blog's visibility to search engines such as Google and Technorati. You can decide if you would like your blog to be visible to everyone, including search engines (like Google, Sphere, Technorati) and archivers. If you don't want your blog available to the search engines you can block search engines, but allow normal visitors to see your site.
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- Blog visibility
- I would like my blog to be visible to everyone, including search engines (like Google, Sphere, Technorati) and archivers - Check this radion button so WordPress does not restrict search engines
- I would like to block search engines, but allow normal visitors - check this for these results:
- Causes "<meta name='robots' content='noindex,nofollow' />" to be generated into the <head> </head> section (if wp_head is used) of your site's source, causing search engine spiders to ignore your site.
- Causes hits to robots.txt to send back:
- User-agent: *
- Disallow: /
- Note: The above only works if WordPress is installed in the site root and no robots.txt exists.
- Stops pings to ping-o-matic and any other RPC ping services specified. This works by having the function privacy_ping_filter() remove the sites to ping from the list. This filter is added by having add_filter('option_ping_sites','privacy_ping_filter'); in the default-filters. When the generic_ping function attempts to get the "ping_sites" option, this filter blocks it from returning anything.
- Click the Save Changes button to ensure any changes you have made to your Settings are saved to your database. Once you click the button, a confirmation text box will appear at the top of the page telling you your settings have been saved.
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