- elogd itself is a sort of web server which has no freedom to put our own file, we can not put robots.txt
- If we include elog using proxy in the usual web tree of Apache, we can put robots.txt at the root.
- So far, if we prevent "page0" browse by google, we will be saved for a while.
- It seems that the indexing is set to be refused by the following meta tags. But it does not prohibit googlebot to use "page0" URL, of course.
<META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW">