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HTML5 Snippets - What Is A Search Engines Default Behavior For The Robots <meta> Element?

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Now a search engine spiders default behavior for the robots <meta> element is ("index, follow") which is the same as the value ("all"). The value of index tells the search engine spider that it should index your web page so that it may be displayed in their search results. The value of follow tells the search engine spider that it should follow the...

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HTML5 Snippets - Give Search Engines Multiple Commands Using The Robots <meta> Element

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Now if you want to give the search engines spiders multiple commands. For example, lets say you want the search engines to index your web page so that it can be displayed in their search results but you don't want the links on your web page to be indexed. Then all you need to do is add the <meta> element along with the name attribute and content at...

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HTML5 Snippets - Stop Yahoo! From Indexing Specific Sections Of Content In Your Web Page

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Now if you don't want Yahoo! to index a specific section or sections of content in your web page or in-other words display a specific section or sections of content in your web page in their search results then all you need to do is add the class attribute and give it a class name value of robots-nocontent and place it in any HTML element or elemen...

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HTML5 Snippets - Stop Yahoo! From Using The Information Listed In Its Own Directory About Your Web Page For The Title And Description Of Your Web Page In Their Search Results

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Now if you have a web page listed in the Yahoo! Directory, and you need Yahoo! to stop using the information that is listed about your web page in the Yahoo! Directory for the title and or description of your web page when displayed in their search results. Then all you need to do in-order to stop this is to add the <meta> element along with the na...

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HTML5 Snippets - Stop Search Engines From Using The Information About Your Web Page Listed In DMOZ For The Title And Description Of Your Web Page In Their Search Results

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Now if you have a web page listed in DMOZ ("Directory Mozilla") also known as dmoz.org and also known as the Open Directory Project ("ODP"), and you need the search engines to stop using the information that is listed about your web page in DMOZ for the title and or description of your web page when displayed in the search engines search results. T...

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