NOTE: In doing a review of the infrastructure of these sites and the ongoing issues, we found that the Public Access sites allowed for a huge security vulnerability for our application. We have made the decision to discontinue the Public Access sites product as it is today. We will be having ongoing conversations over the next couple of weeks to decide how we may integrate this feature into the product once again, without the security issues.
Your team owner, or designated manager, can administer the public access to your site. The public access is disabled by default for existing teams. The team will want to decide if they would like a public accessible site. If you are creating a new team, you will have the option to enable or disable public access to your site.
The team owner or manager can also edit public preferences by going to the Manager tab and clicking on the “Public Access” button. Your Public Access link will be listed on the Home page, above the Status Report, if it is enabled. Give this link to your friends and family so they can keep up on our team!
The team can decide what information they want to show on their public site. If Public Access is enabled, the Home page and Marketplace data will always show. Tabs follow the same convention as on the password-protected sites, i.e. if you can turn a tab off on the private site you can turn it off publicly. The team can decide if they would like to show their team data on the tabs.
Each player on the roster can also decide if they would like their last name and/or their thumbnail photo to be shown on the public site. Players must enter their date of birth in order to share any of their info on the team’s public pages. In compliance with Federal COPPA Law, the player must be over 13 to share any info. Parents should enter the birth date of their child that is on the roster. To edit your personal preferences, click on the “Preferences” tab and click on the “My Public Access Info” button.