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Are your members only pages requiring a login?
Updated On: Sep 262, 2017

We have seen a few instances lately where a webmaster will assume that their member resources pages are all requiring a login, when in reality the pages or features have not been set to require a login to view them. Specifically the meeting minutes and contract areas. If the pages do not require a login eventually they will be indexed by search engines like Google, and the files that are uploaded to the pages will be publicly available.

Double check that the areas of your site that you want to require a login are actually set that way. The simplest way to check is to logout of the website by clicking the logout button, then click on each of the members resources pages or features that should be secure. When you logout they should all direct you to the login page when you click on them.

If one of the pages is not requiring a login that should be you can easily set them to be secure. Login to the website as an admin then click the admin area button. If the page in question is a built in feature like the meeting minutes area, click the features tab in the admin area, then click the add/remove features link. On this page set the public access option to No for the feature, then save the changes. If the page in question is a custom content page, click the content tab in the admin area, then click the edit/delete link next to the member resources icon, then edit the page you want to make secure. Set the allow public access option to No, then save the changes.

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