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Although the original poster stated…
‘The “Fancy login widget” is disabled but I’m still seeing this. I have a Password Reset page that is filled in the optional Password Reset field on the Settings page.’
I didn’t know that disabling this was related to the password reset. I’ve now turned it off and the reset form has disapeared from all pages.
Thanks very much
I’ve just updated the plugin as per you previous post, but now I have the password reset VISIBLE on every single page. Before I could only see this in the text only version cached by google.
Could you please just tell me how to get rid of this altogether, as usernames and passwords are provided to customers by me, and not as a result of a signup process.
I’m having this same issue with my site http://www.andyogden.co.uk
Google caches the page and the first thing on it is ‘Password Reset’
WordPress isn’t showing any available updates, and I have a password reset page of http://www.andyogden.co.uk/password-reset having followed the advice earlier in this thread.
Any ideas or help will be greatly appreciated
AndyNovember 1, 2011 at 2:55 pm in reply to: Google search reveals unwanted password reset text on homepage #38058
Thanks for the detailed response
My reason for questioning it was that the text appeared on the cached version of the homepage, so I thought it may have been contributing towards the crawl and effecting my page ranking.
If that’s not the case I guess I needn’t worry
Thanks for the reply Ivy
I’ve done that, but if the user knows the direct URL for the image, it can still be accessed when they aren’t logged in. I want to protect the images as well as the page/gallery.
I’ve tried uploading the images to the eStore downloads directory and repointing the folder for the NextGen gallery, but I would need to store the images in subfolders and only allow users from a chosen membership level to access them, not just all authenticated members. I’ve successfully reoriented the album, but I’m having problems with the permissions.