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I have posted an example of the code before,
<img src="http://www.mysite.fr/stats/getStats.cfm?passed_sessionkey=1132945495-14913556&passed_scriptname=&passed_jobref=&passed_http_request_method=GET&passed_path_translated=D:\eFC\index.cfm&passed_script_name=/index.cfm&passed_query_string=&passed_HTTP_referer=&partnerId=003&passed_uniqueUser=C2430036-1321-B04D-82CCC92A61FA1FAC" width="0" height="0" style="display:none">
Anyone know a way in html that could be used to stop spiders from indexing this link - notice the link is dynamic and will change each visit.
Any help apprecaited.
what if because the URL is different you're not properly definining the file name in robots.txt. Perhaps in robotos.txt deny all for the directory so that everything within it is banned. Also adding the no index meta tag to the page too sounds good.
Also still, if it's a bad bot.. try .htaccess in that directory and ban by IP.
I hope this helps.