May 16, 2013
How do I edit my robots.txt file?
When I enter mydomain.com/robots.txt in URL bar, I can see my restrictions and rules for search-bots. But I can’t find this file in my webhosting file manager. It seem like it’s sorta of virtual file created by your plugin, right?
I would like to add couple restrictions to it, how I can do that?
October 16, 2011
July 22, 2013
Peter Baylies said
Actually, this is a virtual file created by WordPress; while we will be adding more robots.txt support in a future release of All in One SEO Pack Pro, currently the best way to do this is to create a real robots.txt file and upload it onto your site; this should override the virtual robots.txt file you’re seeing currently.
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