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  1. Karen Perone
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  3. Tuesday, 26 September 2017
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It seems that at some point over the last 15 or so years that we've had our webPAC and before we had unlimited user access to it, we added a robots.txt file to keep the web crawlers from using up all our licenses while it harvested info from the catalog. I can't seem to find that file in the list that is available to me in Webmaster function. Can anyone point me in the right direction to find it if it's there?

--Karen Perone, Rodman Public Library



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This should be in your root directory, which is not a place that III typically allows libraries to access (http://roc.rodmanlibrary.com/robots.txt). I believe to make any changes you'll need to talk to III.  However, they will probably recommend against changing it due to worries of webcrawlers overwhelming your server.



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We have to put robots.txt at the same level as the screens folder (i.e., iiidb/http/) in order to get robots.txt to appear as http://xxx.xxx.com/robots.txt.



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