I'm generally aware how the noindex HTML tag works and how to use it. However, I haven't managed to find a way to not index specific images on specific pages on my website.

I'm looking for a solution that allows me to add this particular no-index tag only on the specific pages.

I'm not looking for a solution where I would have a central file in which I would need to add the path of each new page for which the image on it should not be indexed.

Any suggestions?

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    You can use noindex X-Robots-Tag in HTTP header request. – Goyllo Apr 16 '19 at 13:48
  • You can use "noimageindex" in the header's meta tag, but it blocks all images on the page. What if you put the images you don't want indexed in a special sub directory and blocked the directory? – Trebor Apr 16 '19 at 14:18

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