roger at rogerchrisman.com
Mon Oct 2 06:21:33 UTC 2006
Kasimir Gabert wrote:
> Excluding index.php using robots.txt should work if an article link
> on your page is http://mysite.tld/My_Page. The robots would then not
> crawl http://mysite.tld/index.php?title=My_Page&action=edit, etc.
Kasimir, I believe you have written above a beautiful solution for my
need. My article links on my site (http://wikigogy.org) are indeed done
without reference to index.php but the 'edit', 'history' and other
action pages that I wish to exclude are done with that reference. I had
not realized this simple elegant solution. I will try it. It should
look like this in my-wiki/robots.txt, right?:
Is the asterisk on index.php* correct and needed?
> On 10/1/06, Sy Ali <sy1234 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 9/25/06, Roger Chrisman <roger at rogerchrisman.com> wrote:
> > > But in the interest of short URLs, I serve my MediaWiki directly
> > > from site / without any /wiki/ or /w/ directories. So above
> > > meathod would not work on my installation.
> > >
> > > Any ideas how I can exclude robots from crawling all my wiki's
> > > edit, history, talk, etc, pages *without* excluding its article
> > > pages?
> > I do the same thing, and I never did figure out the rules to
> > disallow the other sub-pages.
> > As I understand, there are "nofol" tags within the web pages
> > itself, but I'm not certain that's being honoured.
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