__/ [ canadafred ] on Sunday 12 March 2006 21:07 \__
> ".:J:." <MONKEYselskab-at-bigfoot.com> wrote in message
>> Does google look at content in iframes regarding indexinng of a webpage ?
>> I'd like to add pictures to my site from an iframe, but do not want google
>> to consider the content when indexing ?
> Well the <iframe> will a HTML I presume. You can omit from crawling with a
> robot.txt entry.
As another possibility, add the following to the <head> of the page (frame)
<META HTTP-EQUIV="CACHE-CONTROL" CONTENT="NO-CACHE">
<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX,FOLLOW">
<META NAME="GOOGLEBOT" CONTENT="NOARCHIVE">
It is probably less likely to work, but does not expose sensitive pages to
curious visitors that look at robots.txt . You could of course utilise a
mixture of the two, which will stop crawling as well as indexing. It will
also prevent crawlers like Alexa's Web Archive from infiltrating and storing
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