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Robots.txt File

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A robots.txt file is a simple txt file (created in notepad - to find this program click "Start - Run - Notepad in windows) that will help control and block certain files and/or directories from being crawled by the search engines.

For example, the "unused" folder we told you to create in the section "Removing & Adding Pages" section, you can use the robots.txt file to make sure it isn't crawled and indexed. You can also make sure certain pages are not indexed as well. For example if you create a .htm page you are not quite finished with, you can block it inside the robots.txt file until it is finished.

Here is what you need inside the .txt file (start with the blue section below)

User-agent: *
Disallow: /_private/
Disallow: /cgi-bin/
Disallow: /unused/

Continue to add lines with: "Disallow:" first. You can add as many as you need...

You can also add at the very bottom the following line:

Sitemap: http://www.yoursitehere.com/sitemap.htm

This will give you the ability to direct the search engines right to your sitemap.

Once you have finished putting together your robots.txt file, click "File - Save" and type robots.txt ... Make sure it is in the main folder (where all your .htm files are). Putting it inside any folders will not do you any good.


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