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How to disallow search results How to disallow search results spiritualseo
I have a website that produces search URLs that look like this:
How do I disallow this?
The site also has a sort function that sorts products on a page. The URL generated is as follows:
how do I disallow robots from crawling these pages?
Please let me know what I should add to the robots.txt page.
I would be really obliged for the help.
I had a similar problem. Not sure if this will help but check this thread out
...] webmasterworld.com goodroi
htdawg is referring to using wildcards. wildcards aka pattern matching are supported by google, yahoo and msn. they are not officially part of the robots.txt protocol so many of the smaller bots do not handle them well. be careful with using wildcards with those other bots. spiritualseo
Thanks for the replies..
The sort URL generated looks something like this: product-name?sort1desc=F&sort1=Item_NAME&range=
Would it help if I disallow:
I just need to disallow this single page
I think so unless you have urls like this for example
sort1desc=F&sort1=Item_NAME&range=productname2 sort1desc=F&sort1=Item_NAME&range=productname3 ect..
cause if you just disallow only sort1desc=F&sort1=Item_NAME&range=
you will still have urls like above I think.
so you might have to try the solution in the link I posted before.
will block any url starting with that string (presumably, that would cover all search result pages).