ht://Dig: The Open Source Search Engine (htdig-noindex)

Mar 22, 2007 - 7:07 am 0 by

A webmaster posted a question at both Search Engine Roundtable Forums Search Engine Watch Forums asking what is the htdig-noindex meta tag do.

Both threads point to, which is an open source search engine. This open search search engine, named ht://Dig supports a noindex meta tag "htdig-noindex." So if you want to block this search engine from indexing you, just add:

<meta name="htdig-noindex">

The search engine recognizes and supports the following meta tags:

  • htdig-keywords
  • htdig-noindex
  • htdig-email
  • htdig-notification-date
  • htdig-email-subject
  • robots
  • keywords
  • description

Forum discussion at Search Engine Roundtable Forums Search Engine Watch Forums.


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