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5/31/2013 5:13 AM
 

Hi,

 I have 10 to 15 sites in DNN running over single instance. Now for google thing, i need to submit robot.txt for each site individually. like abc.com/robot.txt and test.com/robot.txt

By default seems not possible in DNN, but any work around so that each site can have its own robot.txt file.

Any help in this is appreciated. This must be a common issues with most of people.

Thanks,

Varun

 
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5/31/2013 8:48 AM
 
I use the same robots.txt file for all my sites.  I guess they are similar enough for my needs.
If that does not work for you, you could try going to the Host Settings/Other Settings and adding a Request Filter for the robots.txt URL and redirecting to an ASP (or whatever) that you create that redirects/returns the file you want for the current HTTP_HOST.
 
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