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If you test the robots.txt in one of the many robot.txt validators you'll see it does what you want. For instance using the seobook robot txt validator shows that when tested for the url / these bots should not spider your website. If you really want that is another question. If a bot crawling the website is too much of a strain on the resources, then ...
I noticed a newly registered domain is being hit by non-existent URLs... It's being hit for thousands per day which is causing high server load. There are ways to mitigate the load from all sources (including google) that you believe are causing it. Cut down on the amount of code in the error pages. This means no error pages with fancy templates, ...
Will the Disallow code above stop robots from crawling all of my search result pages? Yes, it will stop the (good) bots that obey the robots.txt "standard". However, you don't need the trailing *. robots.txt is prefix matching, so the "wildcard" * at the end can simply be omitted. (Wildcard type matches are an extension of the original standard ...
Both pages show that these pages are deprecated as of October 2015. Perhaps you're looking at a cached version of the page?
Disallow sets the files or folders that are not allowed to be crawled. In addition, you can prevent a page from appearing in Google Search by including a noindex meta tag in the page's HTML code. When Googlebot next crawls that page, Googlebot will see the noindex meta tag and will drop that page entirely from Google Search results, regardless of whether ...
While i am migrating from my blogspot blog to new domain, I used disqus migration tools, Even i worried as my comments was 0 from 2000+, Then after 1 day i seen same comments on my domain url. I am not sure whether its for all url's or not, As i seen almost few url's migrated.
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