Robots.txt Generator

Padrão - todos os robôs são:  
Atraso de rastreamento:
Mapa do site: (deixe em branco se você não tiver) 
Robôs de pesquisa: Google
  Google Image
  Google Mobile
  MSN Search
  Yahoo MM
  Yahoo Blogs
  DMOZ Checker
  MSN PicSearch
Diretórios restritos: O caminho é relativo ao root e deve conter uma barra final "/"

Agora, crie o arquivo 'robots.txt' no seu diretório raiz. Copie o texto acima e cole no arquivo de texto.

Sobre Robots.txt Generator

When search engines crawl a site, they first look for a robots.txt file at the domain root. If found, they read the file’s list of directives to see which directories and files, if any, are blocked from crawling. Robots.txt file can be created with a robots.txt file generator. When you use a robots.txt generator, Google and other search engines can then figure out which pages on your site should be excluded. In other words, the file created by a robots.txt generator is like the opposite of a sitemap, which indicates which pages to include.

Our robots.txt generator

You can easily create a new or edit an existing robots.txt file for your site with a robots.txt generator. To upload an existing file and pre-populate the robots.txt file generator tool, type or paste the root domain URL in the top text box and click Upload. Use the robots.txt generator tool to create directives with either Allow or Disallow directives (Allow is default, click to change) for User Agents (use * for all or click to select just one) for specified content on your site. Click Add directive to add the new directive to the list. To edit an existing directive, click Remove directive, and then create a new one.

Create custom user agent directives

  • In our robots.txt generator Google and several other search engines can be specified within your criteria. To specify alternative directives for one crawler, click the User Agent list box (showing * by default) to select the bot. When you click Add directive, the custom section is added to the list with all of the generic directives included with the new custom directive. To change a generic Disallow directive into an Allow directive for the custom user agent, create a new Allow directive for the specific user agent for the content. The matching Disallow directive is removed for the custom user agent.