If you want your Tumblelog to be private, only letting access to the people you choose, there’s a feature called password protect. So you can now share your blog with friends, family or classmates. In addition you can block access to search engines, making your blog totally secret.
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How to Password Protect your Tumblr
- Go To Your Secondary Blog’s Dasboard
- Click on Blog Settings, located on the right sidebar
- Scroll Down until you see the option “Password Protect This Blog”
There are some limitations that make the password protect feature on Tumblr not complete:
- You cannot password protect your main Tumblr blog, meaning, if your tumbelog is rather old, you would have to export your posts to the secondary blog
- If you want to customize your additional tumblelog html, you will have to make your browser remember the password you just entered, there’s a bug that prevents you from seeing the customize navigation bar after you enter the pass