meta tags

META Robots


The tag generates information about hypertext documents that comes to the search engine robots. The values of the tag can be as follows: Index (the page should be indexed), Noindex (the document is not indexed), Follow (the hyperlinks on the page are tracked), Nofollow (the hyperlinks are not traced), All (includes the index and follow values, is enabled by default), None (includes noindex and nofollow values). For the first time it was offered by the Google search engine, but it was quickly taken into account by other major search engines. Correct application very positively influences indexing and ranking by all large search engines, as well as errors of application can strongly damage.


Example 1. Allow indexing of the page and use of the links placed on it for subsequent indexing.

< meta name = "robots" content = "index, follow" />


or an equivalent analogue

< meta name = "robots" content = "all" />


Example 2. Prevent page indexing, allow the use of links placed on it for subsequent indexing.

< meta name = "robots" content = "noindex, follow" />


Example 3. Allow indexing of the page, prohibit the use of links placed on it for subsequent indexing.

< meta name = "robots" content = "index, nofollow" />


Example 4. Prevent indexing of the page and use of links placed on it for subsequent indexing.

< meta name = "robots" content = "noindex, nofollow" />


or an equivalent analogue

< meta name = "robots" content = "none" >


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