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Old April 24th, 2007, 02:50 PM
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well, now what should i do? use robots.txt or no-cache tag?

 
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It depends on what you want to do. Not caching doesn't stop them from being indexed; it only stops them from being cached....

So, they can still show up in Google's index when you search for them.

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The no-cache opinion that i provided MT was simply to stop your admin pages from being cached by google, that in and of itself will nto stop the pages from being crawled, it will just prevent google from storing the page in its Cache.

Use the Robots.txt to prevent your admin pages from being crawled.

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I think i found what should i do. I should use no-flow istead of no-catch.
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