A Multisite Robots.txt Manager - Quickly and easily manage all robots.txt files on a WordPress Multisite Website Network.
A) Your User is not a member of the other blogs. Login as the other users, or access the Network Admin > Sites Admin > Edit a Site > User Tab and set your User Name as an Administrator for each Website.
A) No, your install MUST be Multisite/Network enabled.
A) No, only within the Network Admin.
A) No, the Main Admin Area for the MS Robots.txt Manager is located within the Network Admin.
= Q) Can I add multiple sitemap urls?
A) Not at this time, but in a future release that will be possible.
A) Once the feature is activated, yes.
A) Yes, however.... Search Engine Spiders do not read robots.txt files within a directory, robots.txt files for non-mapped domains are for for error checking purposes only.
A) From what I understand, no.... The root / network Website will contain the only robots.txt file.
A) The issue is due to an option called "rewrite rules" - it's missing the robots.txt entry. Visit the Help Tab within the plugin admin, under the Check for Errors section click the "check for missing rewrite rules" button. This will scan all Websites for the missing entry or missing rewrite rules. If any are found a new button will appear allow you to correct the issue.
A) Typically this issue is due to either an a different robots.txt file plugin is active or that plugins robots.txt file data was never deleted when the plugin was removed. Visit the Help Tab within the plugin admin, under the Check for Errors section click the "check for old robots.txt plugin data" button. This will scan all Websites for old robots.txt plugin data. If any are found a new button will appear allow you to clean the old data out.
A) No, multiple plugins will cause display issues with the robots.txt files.
A) When the plugin is disabled, no settings are deleted, however the robots.txt file created by the plugin will no longer display. When the plugin is deleted, all settings the plugin created are removed from the database.
Requires: 3.3 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-4-17
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