Google is indexing parts of my site that I haven't linked to, it's a mobile version of website that I'm working on -
www.domain.com/m/ <-- note the M.
How is that even possible? Only thing I can think of is Google getting the URL's from Google Analytics.
Same problem with my development site,
dev.domain.com - This I have fixed by re-enable htpasswd. Had it once, but disabled it for some testing purposes.
I know I could use robots.txt to skip the indexing, but have always been told - "Don't put super secret stuff in this, as it is public domain".
Will Google follow the rules of a
<meta name="robots" content="noindex,nofollow"> ?
Thinking of putting this on the mobile version.
www.domain.com from a smartphone is automatically redirected to the mobile version.