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By default, if the repository is private, it can only be accessed by the user who has permission to access it, which means they have to log in with Bitbucket before accessing it.
So I'm not sure what you mean by page private could you elaborate more on that?
Thanks for the reply.
There are a few ways to access projects, so I wonder which page you say is publicly showing, even if configured as private?
Some of the project view pages URL:
Can you verify which URL is the one that shows your Project page publicly?
That said, accessing any of the above URLs will require users to log in to Bitbucket, and if they have access, they'll be able to view it; otherwise, they will see an error.
Thanks for the clarification.
We have a document that addresses this specific inquiry here, where the static website is accessible to anyone with the URL.
Anyone with the URL can access your Static website with or without logging in to Bitbucket because it's publicly available.
We have an old feature request to restrict private repository static websites. I highly suggest you Watch the feature request and add comment in it to show your interest since it's in Gathering interest status: