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*** Now for the update on Privacy Settings. ***
I was reviewing a client's new website design checking the settings, content, and layout when I discovered that the Privacy settings were missing from the WordPress dashboard. I work with website designers who create custom WordPress themes for client's so I thought they had left out this module. I sent a rather terse note asking them to fix it only to realize the next day that the change may have been due to the recent upgrade to the WordPress framework. Oops. That was the case, so I had to humbly ask forgiveness for my ignorance.
In case you aren't familiar with WP Privacy settings, it is a selection you can set/deselect when you don't want your web pages to be indexed. I use this on my test domains as I don't want whatever is in the pages to go into a search index. This is really important when doing work for a client as you don't want garbage test pages included in the index. Nothing like showing them all the indexed pages and up pops several junkie posts. Try explaining that one.
To learn where the settings are now in WordPress 3.5, you can watch the video or read the commentary below. (2 Mins – The “how to” part begins around 57 second marker)
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The old settings, prior to WP 3.5, were found under the administration dashboard, Settings, Privacy and then select the Site Visibility option to index or not to index the site.
Now, in WordPress 3.5, the Privacy settings are found under Settings, Reading Settings and then select the Search Engine Visibility checkbox.
I recommend you go check your WordPress installations. If this setting is “turned On” then your website is no longer being indexed – a source of much frustration for new bloggers.