Google Says Robots.txt File is Not Necessary on Root Domain

  • July 3, 2024
  • SEO
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Gary Illyes from Google discusses an innovative yet legitimate technique to centralize robots.txt rules using Content Delivery Networks (CDNs).

  • Robots.txt files have the flexibility to be centralized on CDNs, rather than being strictly hosted on root domains.
  • Websites have the option to set up redirects for their robots.txt files from the primary domain to a CDN.
  • This non-traditional method is in compliance with the latest standards and best practices.

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