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Do not display your elopage pages in search engines

Sude Cerkes
Sude Cerkes
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In principle, your elopage shop and your product pages are indexed (recorded) by the search engines as soon as you save your public profile. In this way, your pages can be found on the search engines after a while.

But you can also specify that none of your elopage pages will be indexed by the search engines. Then your pages can only be accessed via the direct link (e.g. via your landing page, via a social media post or via the link in an e-mail).

Make your elopage pages invisible to search engines

The default shop theme:

  • Click on "Themes" and "Shop theme." 
  • Go to the "Default" theme on the right … and then to the "editing pencil."
  • Under "Elements" on the right, check "Invisible for search engines."


The custom shop theme: 

  • Click on "Themes" and "Shop theme."
  • Click on the "pencil" icon to edit.
  • Under "Advanced Settings", check "Invisible to Search Engines."



  • If your shop was already published and listed in the search engines, it can take a few days for the search engines to implement the change and no longer list your shop page.
  • If your shop page is to be indexed, but not individual product pages, then use the setting "private / not listed" for individual products instead


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