__/ [ madsgormlarsen@xxxxxxxxx ] on Wednesday 15 March 2006 19:03 \__
> So, know I have deleted the Andersen folder under
> www.madsgormlarsen.dk, and set up a robot.txt with the following text.
> User-agent: Googlebot
> Disallow: /andersen
> My hope is that this will finally kill of that folder in google's
> index, and give www.winches.dk a chance to move up the charts.
> www.winche.dk is back in the index, but it has no pagerank, and does
> not show unless onw search for very speccific words.
robots.txt changes might not be sufficient (not initailly anyway). They may
prevent updates to the cache, but not necessarily its prompt removal. You
need to ask Google to use robots.txt as indication from the Webmatser
(yourself) as to which pages need be removed:
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