How Can A Robots.txt Ignore Anything With Action=history In It?
I have a MediaWiki, and I don't think I want Google indexing the history of any page. How can a
robots.txt disallow URLs with
action=history in the query string?
The HTML for the history view (and several others, such as the logs, etc.) contains a "noindex,nofollow" meta declaration. Compliant user agents, such as Googlebot, will honour this advice and not bother indexing the page.
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