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  1. I want to determine which individual photos can be found on google ... is this possible? Google says: add a "robots.txt" file to the root directory of your server... I already did use this code: <meta name="robots" content="noindex"> BUT: I want to know how this work only for certain photos :)
  2. Site URL: https://klikblicvijesti.info/ Hello everybody I have a problem with a "mysterious" robots.txt file. It’s mysterious for the reason that I didn’t even create it however it appears and creates a problem for me in indexing my page by Google. When I enter the File Manager of my site I can't find robots.txt anywhere. It blocks my ads and I don't know how to remove it. Here is the contents of that robots.txt: User-Agent: * Allow: / ads / preferences / Allow: / gpt / Allow: /pagead/show_ads.js Allow: /pagead/js/adsbygoogle.js Allow: /pagead/js/*/show_ads_impl.js Allow: /static/glade.js Allow: / static / glade / Disallow: / Noindex: / The link for this robots.txt is https://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/robots.txt Note: I found this problem through Google's rich results test. It is also stated that I have bugs in the javascript code. For errors in javascript I will contact the author of the topic however I need you to solve this problem with robots.txt. My wish is to remove it. These errors are listed as errors that make it difficult for Google to index my page.
  3. Site URL: http://www.baotris.com Hello! I am just learning about SEO and Marketing so apologies for lack of knowledge/ jargon. We have a webpage and when I ran the robots.txt file, (https://baotris.com/robots.txt) - it shows that everything is marked as "disallow", does this mean our site isn't able to be crawled by search engines and won't come up with searches? If so, how do I fix this? Thanks in advance!
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