Post # 1
Hi guys! I am about to send out my save the dates and am looking at starting a website to keep updated with hotel information ect (since this will be an out of town wedding). There are some people however that I don’t want knowing these details (or even the date). Is there a way to make a private website that would not show up in search engines ect? I don’t want it popping up if someone where to google my name…
Post # 3
on mywedding.com (and others I’m sure) you can protect it with a password (or wedpass as mywedding.com calls it). We plan on putting the password on the STD and invitation.
So people can find it in search engines I imagine, but without a password can’t see it. Guests could theoretically give it out though I don’t know why they would…
Post # 4
@kl1987: Weddingwire also provides passwords.
Post # 5
I did our website through weddingchanne.com and they offer privacy passwords as well.
Post # 6
@kl1987: I don’t know about not showing up in results, but you can password protect your site! We password protected our WeddingWire website!
Post # 7
We built our own and hosted it on domainpeople which offers to password protect the entire domain, so our site has never been picked up by search engines
Post # 8
The Knot also lets you password protect some or all of the pages on yoir website. And it’s free 🙂
Post # 9
Grrr! Didn’t realize people can see the wedding date without a password on the knot. So annoying!