WORDPRESS ALL IN ONE SEO ROBOTS TXT

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There is also a Robots.txt Editor for Multisite Networks. Details can be found in our documentation on the Robots.txt Editor for Multisite Networks here.

The default rules that show in the Create a Robots.txt File box (shown in screenshot above) ask robots not to crawl your core WordPress files. It’s unnecessary for search engines to access these files directly because they don’t contain any relevant site content. If for some reason you want to remove the default rules that are added by WordPress then you’ll need to use the robots_txt filter hook in WordPress.

Next, select either Allow or Disallow to allow or block the user agent.

Are you looking to create a robots.txt file for your site? This article will help.

By creating a robots.txt file with All in One SEO you have greater control over the instructions you give web crawlers about your site.

Robots.txt Editor for WordPress Multisite.

Like WordPress, All in One SEO generates a dynamic robots.txt so there is no static file to be found on your server. The content of the robots.txt file is stored in your WordPress database and displayed in a web browser.

The default rules that show in the Robots.txt Preview section (shown in screenshot above) ask robots not to crawl your core WordPress files. It’s unnecessary for search engines to access these files directly because they don’t contain any relevant site content.

Next, enter the directory path or filename in the Directory Path field.

Notice: You are currently viewing the legacy documentation.

To edit any rule you’ve added, just change the details in the rule builder and click the Save Changes button.

The robots.txt module in All in One SEO lets you create and manage a robots.txt file for your site that will override the default robots.txt file that WordPress creates.

Your rules will appear in the Robots.txt Preview section and in your robots.txt which you can view by clicking the Open Robots.txt button.

Finally, click the Save Changes button.

The rule builder is used to add your own custom rules for specific paths on your site.

To get started, click on Tools in the All in One SEO menu.

Default Rules.

The robots.txt module in All in One SEO allows you to set up a robots.txt file for your site that will override the default robots.txt file that WordPress creates. By creating a robots.txt file with All in One SEO Pack you have greater control over the instructions you give web crawlers about your site. Just like WordPress, All in One SEO generates a dynamic file so there is no static file to be found on your server. The content of the robots.txt file is stored in your WordPress database.

Whilst the robots.txt generated by All in One SEO is a dynamically generated page and not a static text file on your server, care should be taken in creating a large robots.txt for two reasons:

You should see the Robots.txt Editor and the first setting will be Enable Custom Robots.txt . Click the toggle to enable the custom robots.txt editor.

Here’s a video on how to use the Robots.txt tool in All in One SEO:

NOTE:

Notice: There is no legacy documentation available for this item, so you are seeing the current documentation.

If for some reason you want to remove the default rules that are added by WordPress then you’ll need to use the robots_txt filter hook in WordPress.

Editing Rules Using the Rule Builder.

You should see the Robots.txt Preview section at the bottom of the screen which shows the default rules added by WordPress.

For example, if you would like to add a rule to block all robots from a temp directory then you can use the rule builder to add this.

If you want to add more rules, then click the Add Rule button and repeat the steps above and click the Save Changes button.

To add a rule, enter the user agent in the User Agent field. Using * will apply the rule to all user agents.

To delete a rule you’ve added, click the trash can icon to the right of the rule.

The rule builder is used to add your own custom rules for specific paths on your site. For example, if you would like to add a rule to block all robots from a temp directory then you can use the rule builder to add this rule as shown below. To add a rule:

I also recommend checking your server to see if you have a robots.txt file in the directory where WordPress is installed. You should not have a static file there because WordPress generates a dynamic page for this and not a static file.

Some hosting companies create the static file and, when you delete it, they recreate it. So if that happens, you should contact your hosting provider.

Can you please go to All in One SEO > Tools > Robots.txt Editor and make sure that the Enable Custom Robots.txt toggle is set to off.

AIOSEO plugin added robot.txt and now Google cannot index my site and I cannot figure out how to fix.

Hi @michaelwesolowski, I’m sorry you’re having a problem. I’m sure I can help you with this.

If that’s off then All in One SEO isn’t filtering the robots.txt created by WordPress.

Please let me know what you find after following these steps and I can provide you with more help here.

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