Implementing 'No follow' into my site pages

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I have pages on my site i dont want google to crawl but i want them to be available for customers who are browsing the site I.E checkout complete page. I take it this is where the No follow tag comes in right ? Could someone possible explain to me how and where i embed it, many thanks guys.
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d.

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  • actually in google already woop

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Kershnee

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Hi D,

Unfortunately this feature is not available. However I will pass on your request to our engineers for consideration in the future.

Sorry I could not be of more assistance on this matter.
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so does that mean every page on my site even the ones not in the menu (like link pages back office stuff can be found by the search engines ? That will make sites geared toward commerce a bit unsecure and unprofessional wont it ? I mean in terms of data rather than payment details.

Is there anyway of stopping a page being found in google, Its just my site is indexed now but the check out complete page is top rather than my main index / homepage. Obviously that ain't good for business lol

thanks
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KanThaiDecor

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If you use PayPal on Synthasite when a customer goes to pay they are actually on PayPal's https secure pages
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Obviously.

But as with that you have the option to redirect them to a check out complete page, You know the type thank you for your order this is your order number etc etc etc a reassurance page id like to call it. I don't want this or checkout failed pages to be searchable especially as they for some reason are ranking higher in google than my front door / index page. thanks
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Are you using PayPal ? Also have you looked at the cost of having your own SSL certs? It is very expensive and you have the added liability of keeping credit information safe.