We have built a re-publishing system to write Coldfusion pages in static HTML. Is there are reliable Robots.txt that will block the old .cfm pages from being crawled?
Or, maybe some other method?
3:18 pm on Oct 3, 2006 (gmt 0)
robots.txt is best used to block access to a directory and not specific file extensions. if you store your coldfusion files in their own directory, robots.txt would be a good way to block that directory. if the coldfusion files are mixed among good files then you might want to think about using htaccess.