I co-founded a print on demand business back in 2008 and have recently noticed that some customers are uploading adult content to be printed. I don’t mind printing it and have prepared my staff accordingly.
My concern is their digital proof page could be accessed by anyone, if they had the link or typed in the url. I have our developers working on a method to catch this kind of content early in the customers design stages, before a digital proof page is generated, but I want to make sure we’re flagging those pages properly for search engines. In the meantime, we’re manually flagging those pages to prevent the image preview from showing up by default.
Are there specific html tags or other coding that should be added to these pages?