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SamG2020

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  1. Thanks again. I'll give this one last attempt here before moving on as you've suggested. My site:https://www.samgenovese.com/ And the "back-end" URL that appears in search (happens on laptop and iphone): https://fish-koala-8gmr.squarespace.com/news/2018/04/21/album-available-now-entanglementing The "fish-koala" URL is the Squarespace-generated url I see when editing my site after logging in. Why is it showing up in search? Kind regards,Sam
  2. Thanks for the reply. I checked Customer Care, but none of the topics apply to my question. It's the "back end" URL that appeared in Google search. It's the nonsensical URL that is visible when logged into my Squarespace account in order to update my website. I've not been able to find an answer to this anywhere online. Very odd.
  3. Thanks for the reply. I checked Customer Care, but none of the topics apply to my question. It's the "back end" URL that appeared in Google search. It's the nonsensical URL that is visible when logged into my Squarespace account in order to update my website. I've not been able to find an answer to this anywhere online. Very odd.
  4. Hi --Google produced a search result that linked to a page from the back end (content management system) of my Squarespace site. To be clear, the search result did not link to the normal ".com" URL, but rather to the Squarespace-generated random URL that appears when making updates to the site. -- What is going on here? -- How is Google crawling & accessing the CMS? -- Is unpublished content also vulnerable to prying Google eyes? Many thanks,Sam
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