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[Resolved] google sitelinks are all unwanter wikitude API references

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  • Plugin Author RobertHarm

    @harmr

    Try adding the file to your robots.txt and/or use Google webmaster Tools for this

    hi
    thanks for the fast reply
    i’m not sure what you mean by ‘add file’ to robots.txt

    what i’m trying to achieve is to stop these irrelevant site links appearing as search results for ahac.ie . if someone clicks on these links it just returns a page such as http://ahac.ie/wp/wp-content/plugins/leaflet-maps-marker/leaflet-wikitude.php?marker=15 which is mumbo jumbo as far as a user is concerned.

    they all seem to mention “wikitude API”. (im afraid i don’t know what this is)
    i’m wondering if there is some way i can prevent references to this wikitude by changing either the layer or the marker

    thanks again
    sean

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    @harmr

    Hi Sean,
    I understand your issue – will check if there is a way to include that in one of the next releases. In the mean time please look at Google Webmaster Tool on how you can exclude certain pages from appearing in search results
    Regards
    Robert

    ok, will do. thanks again

    Plugin Author RobertHarm

    @harmr

    Hi again,

    In the next version I will add a “nofollow”-attribute to wikitude links as they are mainly meant for registering the api endpoint at wikitude.me. For the pro version I will add another link for Wikitude which allows user to directly start the augmented reality world, which makes more sense again.
    best,

    Robert

    PS: as I give support for free, I´d appreciate your review at http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/leaflet-maps-marker/review

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