site name is http://www.seafordyachtclub.com
I keep some “members’ only” information such as instructions for operation of club facilities, club history, membership roster, etc., in a “members’ only” area. However a member did a search on his own name using Google and a document he produced and I published on the web site (document had his name as part of the text) came up as a result of the search. Upon clicking on the topic the entire document was downloaded to his computer. This is unacceptable. I have two other sites on which I’m using s2Member and the same thing occurred on one of the other sites. Is this a known problem?
I immediately deleted the document from the web site. The search engine (Google) still finds the document but when one tries to download it now you get the “This is somewhat embarrassing, isn’t it?” message with a list of recent posts and most used categories. And wouldn’t you know it–there is another “protected” post in the “Most used categories” list! I click on it, and that entire document comes up.
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