Prevent Search Engines from indexing a Page with Robots.txt

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Overview

For maximum SEO benefit, all pages of your DudaOne website are discoverable by search engines.  However, if you would like to instruct search engines to not index a certain page, you can do that inside of Page Settings.

Steps

1.  Open Pages & Popups.

2.  Click the settings gear on the right of the page and go to SEO and Settings

3.  Check the box to Disallow search engines from indexing the page.

Please note: This will only affect a single page.  You will need to mark this setting for each page you do not want to be indexed.

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