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Robots.txt gui

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Robots.txt high-end gui config

Yeah... sounds great!
3 (75%)
No ... do not think so !
1 (25%)

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Voting closed: April 06, 2006, 12:18:00 PM

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jack_2000

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What  do you think should there be an
Robots.txt gui config panel
or not ...


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the poll is very generic
you should make a real feature request


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Quote from: "jack_2000"
What  do you think should there be an
Robots.txt gui config panel or not ...
A robots.txt gui config panel??  I really don't know what you are asking.  Are you referring to spiders and indexing?  Please explain.
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jack_2000

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ok here is the request:
I would like
there to be another tab in the options
called robots and inside it you
will be able to change robots.txt
definitions maby with rows and stuff
just like the ip table
and maby a swich for on/off


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jack_2000

Thanks for your reply.  I now understand what you are asking.  However,  such a feature isn't necessary, for me.  That function is taken care of with a meta tag and a very small robots.txt file I created for what I want accomplished.  This is only done once as there is no need for me to make on-going changes.  Most people don't even know what a robots.txt file is, what's its purpose, and have never used one.
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yes, i think it is not a good abstraction of robots.txt functionalities.
i had in mind something better.
like an option to not be listed on search engines.
this may make sense for people who don't know of robots.txt


jack_2000

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Quote from: "rejetto"
yes, i think it is not a good abstraction of robots.txt functionalities.
i had in mind something better.
like an option to not be listed on search engines.
this may make sense for people who don't know of robots.txt

:)
that will be great
we look forward to seeing this
function