Using Robots.txt Or Another Method To Change The Default Page For Search Engines
We have a flash "gateway" page displayed to users (only once) before they enter our corporate website. This flash page is default.aspx, served as default page by the server.
Is there a way to use robots.txt so that all search engines see home.aspx as the default page?
I am not stuck on using robots.txt to do this, so if there's another approach please recommend that instead.
I am aware of the issues with "gateway" pages -- this was a request coming from "management" despite my recommendation against the practice. Please offer solutions other than removing the gateway page.
What if "default.aspx" looked at the useragent and sent a redirect to "home.aspx" if the useragent is a robot?
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