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Managing Your Site with Website Builder

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Managing Your Website Properties

With the Website Builder Tool, you can easily manage your global site settings such as passwords for restricting access to your site and Search Engine Optimization tasks, including page titles, descriptions and keywords, so that your website is more likely to appear in search engine results.

To access your website properties, click the Website Properties button at the top of the Website Overview page.

Figure A. Accessing Website Properties

website properties

 In the Website Properties popup, you can:

  • View and edit your website name that typically appears in the header of all pages on your site.
  • View the URL where your website is published.
  • View the last date and time when you website was published.

Figure B. Website Properties Popup

website properties popup

The title, description and keywords that you entered for your website during the setup process will appear in the Website Properties popup. You can modify this information here or enter the SEO elements individually for each of your pages using the Page Properties feature.

If you operate a local business, you can specify the primary business location, including city and state, and up to four additional locations where you provide services. This information will be used to optimize your website for local search results.

Figure C. Entering Business Location in Website Properties

business location

Use the Password Protection option in the left panel of the Website Properties popup to enable password protection for the entire website. This means that only people who know the password will be able to view your site on the Internet.

Figure D. Enabling Password Protection for Entire Site


By default, password protection is disabled for your website. To restrict access to the site, select the Password Protect All Pages option on the Password Protection screen. In the Manage User Access area, enter usernames and passwords for visitors who will be allowed to access your site. Make sure to select Yes in the Allow Access column. You will be required to add, at least, one user to the list.

Keep in mind that enabling password protection for the entire website will override password restrictions that you may have set up at the individual page level.

Click Save and Apply to store your changes. As usual, make sure to publish your website for the latest settings to take effect.

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