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- How do I hide the default page /node? 14 answers
I find going to /node as being very useful to pinpoint exactly what content non-authorized users can see. But for two reasons I don't want anyone to access "/node".
- I don't want that to end up in Google Search Results.
- I don't want prying eyes to go through each and every content in case something should accidentally not have been made public.
So my question is: what is the most correct way to block /node? Or should I keep it open and rather let robots.txt avoid that path?
To make matters worse, it seems I have set everywhere in my permissions that certain content types must not be viewable by certain roles. However, those pages are still showing up under /node ?