It is not possible for search engines to find it, if it is not linked anywhere (as this is the only way search engines find other information). In order to make sure a search engine does not find it via a robots.txt and have the secrecy, use a double-hash:
Your robots.txt would disallow anything below asdfghjk:
You want to throttle the bot, but you don't appear to know WHY you want to do this.
Are you experiencing a performance impact? Is the traffic pushing you over a bandwidth or transfer threshold?
Throttling a bot "just because" is a waste of effort - If it is not hurting you I suggest that you leave it alone.
If it is causing problems you can take steps ...
This error can result if there is any issue while importing haystack/backends/whoosh_backend.py.
One such example is an import error on
from whoosh.spelling import SpellChecker
As a result of mixing Whoosh version 2.5.1 with Haystack 1.2.7 (or likely other 1.2.x version of Haystack.
The recommended fix for now is to install the older 2.4.1 version of ...
I don't think that is provider of any services Google uses.
The first result for Google search on that link gives me this page, this seems to be a malicious redirect.
Your site might be infected with some malware, check your .htacces and php files for any redirects.
Also I think this would be more suited for https://...
Create robots.txt file with the following contents under (/var/www/html):
Add the following to your httpd.conf file
Alias /robots.txt /var/www/html/robots.txt
This robots.txt file will now be served for all virtual hosts on your server, overriding any robots.txt file you might have for individual hosts....
This is a really hard one to answer, and certainly not something you'll get a clear answer from google or amazon on. We've gone through the same routes/questions and we're a major SEO player in the UK with Google.
The long and short is that no-one really seems to know or can be sure, some people say yes others say no.
If SEO and search results is a big ...
Well, the regex in your RewriteCond demands that the User Agent start with bingbot. That's what the ^ in the regex does.
Since the User Agent (from your log example) doesn't start with that, it won't match and skips the Rule.
"Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; +http://www.bing.com/bingbot.htm)"
Remove the ^ and it should work, though I've ...