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Block or remove Google indexing

Last Updated: Aug 18, 2015 11:23AM PDT
Google evaluates the content of your site and ‘indexes’ it, which means that it stores a copy of your content on its own servers so it can deliver results faster.

You can tell Google not to index your website using <meta> tags. Add these in your Settings > Site details > Additional <meta> tags:
<meta name="robots" content="noindex">
<meta name="googlebot" content="noindex">
To completely block anyoneincluding Google, from accessing your site’s contents you could add Password Protection via your Settings > Site Details > Site Password.
 

Removing content from Google’s index can be done only when you use a personal domain for your Cargo site, and by using Google’s Webmaster Tools. Once you have signed up, follow this guide on removing content and pages. (They will need to know where your ‘sitemap’ is located, which in your case is here:  http://your-domain.com/sitemap.xml.)
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