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If present, your ROBOTS.TXT file (please search on Google for that topic) might prevent Google's crawler from indexing mst of your site, too.
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And I want to remind you that the presence of /robots.txt is not the key to drive Google into indexing your site. The crawler definitely needs to find links on your landing page that lead the way deeper into the site (which I fear your source code doesn't provide), and it will automatically stop exploring the way when a login page comes along. It could only index contet it could find a linked way to and could get free assec w/o any loggin procedure.
<a href="http://my-friend.co/somepage">Some Page</a>
To view your page source code, open i.e. your landing page in your browser. Click the right mouse button on some area where no link is active. In the context menu, click on "View Page Source" (or sth. similar, depends on Browser brand and version).
Nonetheless: If you inspect the access log of your site, you could check if and how often Google visits your pages. It could also reveal which pages it visits (look for the user agent info).
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