noindex,follow your WordPress search result pages

The webmaster guidelines advise you to prevent your search result pages from being indexed, WordPress doesn’t do that by default (yet), so I’ve written a small noindex-search plugin which takes care of that by adding a meta robots noindex,follow tag to search result pages.

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9 Responses

  1. BlendBy Blend on 17 August, 2007

    Thanks for the plugin.

  2. BlendBy Blend on 17 August, 2007

    Link download not work.. :(

  3. Joost de ValkBy Joost de Valk on 17 August, 2007

    Does now, sorry about that!

  4. BlendBy Blend on 17 August, 2007

    It ok, thank you so for the plugin..

  5. Hans VosgezangBy Hans Vosgezang on 21 August, 2007

    Aangaande de installatie.. waar moet ik dat 2e object plaatsen?

    and you’ll have another link next to edit, when you’re logged in, in the comments section.

    2. The template tag
    troll_comment_link(‘ ',' ');

    Waar ergens in "the comments section"?
    Ik heb geen sjoege van php wel van html..

  6. Hans VosgezangBy Hans Vosgezang on 16 February, 2008

    ben d’r al uit hoor…!

  7. HariBy Hari on 27 May, 2008

    I just want to what is the use of this plugin. I mean why we have to prevent your search result pages from being indexed. Does it affect PR?


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