Make a private site public
When I first created the site, I selected ” I would like my site to be private, visible only to users I choose” so that I could build the site and release once it’s ready. However, it seems there is no option to revert this and make the site public?
All I have is the Radio button ” I would like my site to be private, visible only to users I choose”, that I can’t deactivate.
So, how can I just make the site public and viewable by anyone?
The blog I need help with is alexandria-library.com.
Provided you are logged in under the username account that registered the blog you can ought to be able change the privacy setting to “Site Visibility Allow search engines to index this site” on this page Settings > Reading
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Awesome, it was that simple then. I was looking for a “make my site public” button or something. It’s working just fine – thanks a lot!
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