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You have at least two options to get around this: Add the sender address, which you added to the Joomla! configuration, to the whitelist of your Gmail account. Alternatively... Re-configure Joomla! to use an SMTP account to send the mails instead of using the internal mail function.
From the Joomla! online documentation: To override the system error results, copy the templates/system/error.php file into your templates/ directory. If it finds one, Joomla! will use the error.php file from the current template, in place of the system file. You can format the page, as desired, to match your template. So add something like the ...
There is no clear argument how error 404 can affect your site ranking, the truth is that while error 404 may not affect your site's ranking it could affect user experience on your site, and yes in a way or the other it can affect your site ranking.
The existing answers are right, you should definitively do a trial with the desired hoster. However, at least with Version 3 of Joomla, you could also manipulate the php from inside joomla, which makes it extremely likely that also preinstallations would allow this. This at least is the case with my own hoster.
The meta tags are sometimes useful as they offer more fine-grained guidelines for robots than robots.txt. They can also be used if you do not have access to the root directory of the server. However, the robots.txt is more powerful, as it can be used to restrict access to entire directories (while the scope of a meta tag is always constrained to the single ...
http://support.google.com/webmasters/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=93710 The noindex meta standard is useful if you don't have root access to your server, as it allows you to control access to your site on a page-by-page basis. This tag is still useful and used by many plugins in WordPress, Joomla, Drupal and so on.. For example Yoast SEO for ...
The html meta index tags have been depreciated in favor of using a robots.txt As for workflow the nice thing about the robots.txt file is that you can just update the txt file if you want to make a change, so you only have to make it once, for example if you wanted to noindex the whole site this could be done with 2 lines of code, were as with the meta tags ...
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