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Posted 27 August 2007 - 07:51 PM
recently I have received a link exchange request and as usual decided to check the page they were offering me. I was very surprised to see a man who was ready to let you have your link on his PR6 page When I typed in - domain.com/robots.txt - I saw a strange thing, I have never seen before. The line says: "(none) xx.xxx.x.xx 404". I put 'x' here in order not to unveil real IP - in origin there are real figures.
Does anyone know what this line means? How can we (SEOs) understand that from the "fair-play" point of view? And maybe some have other examples of strange robots.txt syntax?
Thank you all in advace
PS: I consider this page to be a fake and will not recommend to exchange links with ones of a kind. Normal pages should have normal things everywhere, even in robots.txt (especially, I would say)
Posted 28 August 2007 - 07:19 AM
It almost sounds like they've confused robots.txt with .htaccess.
Posted 28 August 2007 - 07:29 AM
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