By default, Googlebot will index a page and follow links to it. You can use a special HTML <META> tag to tell robots not to index the content of a page, and/or not scan it for links to follow. For example: <html> <head> <title>...</title> <META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW"> </head> In the majority of cases this is only used on development or staging sites and not used on live websites. This extension generates a notification if a robots meta tag is found with either "noindex" or "nofollow" in the contents.
- (2019-06-12) RGraph,net charts: Does what it says on the tin.
- (2018-05-15) cArnatic: Works great. Thank you!
- (2017-06-05) Muthu Kumar: Excellent SEO tool.
- (2017-01-23) Rowan Collins: It works for what it's designed to do, but it would be nice to have a way to disable it. Sometimes when doing a crawl with Siteliner it will spam me.
- (2016-05-25) Thomas Harvey: Does not do what it should do.
- (2014-01-24) Jamie Murphy: Does what it says on the tin. Notifies me if the site I'm viewing has nofollow or noindex. The notification message could stand out a little more though. It didn't catch my attention right away.
- (2015-06-25, v:1.0) Henry Vega: How do I find this?
I installed but I have no idea where to look for this after I am visit the page I want to do it for..