Geoff Hutchison (email@example.com)
Thu, 6 May 1999 10:41:25 -0400
>I know there is a general robot nofollow meta tag directive that htdig
>understands, but is there an htdig-specific nofollow command, like:
>(analagous to the htdig-noindex command)?
This is only retained for backwards-compatibility. Since there's already a
robots meta tag, we'd prefer to stick to the standard.
>If not, any ideas for preventing just htdig from following local links from
Beyond using the robot nofollow command? Use the robots.txt file. You can
give specific directives to individual robots.
You can also use the noindex_start and noindex_end attributes:
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