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Robots.txt file query
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I think that i have a dynamic robots.txt file, how can i replace it with a static one??I had tried but its no use.
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You are not sure?? Tongue
Just delete the robots.txt file in your root directory and upload a static one that's it.
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frank Wrote:You are not sure?? Tongue
Just delete the robots.txt file in your root directory and upload a static one that's it.
I have done it but its not changing.
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frank Wrote:You are not sure?? Tongue
Just delete the robots.txt file in your root directory and upload a static one that's it.
As its mentioned earlier also, you have to replace it or just delete and re-upload it, its not a big deal. If still the problem exists then you must contact to your hosting provider.
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