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Request #1476181

From: penjudith penjudith penjudith
: Basic Account
LiveJournal: username: penjudith
style: (S1) lastn: 18465 friends: 6 calendar: 2 day: 5
userpics: base + loyalty = userpics
sup enabled:
email validated? yes
cluster: Shishkabob (#8); data version : 8
design: new    friends page: friends
language: default
underage no;
Is JavaScript enabled: yes
Request sent from Beta:
Photo hosting migration: done
Support category: General/Unknown  [previous | next]
Time posted: Thu, 22 Mar 2012 00:04:57 GMT (3 years ago)
Status: closed (2 points to coffeechica)
Summary: make me invisible to search engines please
Original Request:
Not sure how to accomplish this. I thought I'd reset the settings to do this but it didn't change anything. Can I change my livejournal url to an https: secure setting?
Diagnostics: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1) AppleWebKit/535.11 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/17.0.963.79 Safari/535.11
coffeechica coffeechica  - Carrie: she tampered in God's domain
Answer (#5649159)
Posted Thu, 22 Mar 2012 08:11:58 GMT (3 years ago)
The above FAQ explains how you can change your settings to prevent your content from being archived by external sites.

If your content is already on a search engine, you will need to contact the search engine directly for information on how to have your content removed from their site. LiveJournal does not have any control over information archived offsite, but once you've changed your settings according to the above, you've done enough that most search engines will be able to help you at that point.

The most secure option is to make your entries protected: friends-only or private. For information about doing so, please see http://www.livejournal.com/support/faqbrowse.bml?faqid=24. I am sorry, but we do not have an https: option for personal journals.