Determine if a page may be crawled from robots.txt and robots meta tags
Determine if a page may be crawled from robots.txt, robots meta tags and robot headers.
You can install the package via composer:
composer require spatie/robots-txt
$robots = Robots::create(); $robots->mayIndex('https://www.spatie.be/nl/admin'); $robots->mayFollowOn('https://www.spatie.be/nl/admin');
You can also specify a user agent:
$robots = Robots::create('UserAgent007');
Robots will look for a
robots.txt file on
Another location can be specified like so:
$robots = Robots::create() ->withTxt('https://www.spatie.be/robots-custom.txt'); $robots = Robots::create() ->withTxt(__DIR__ . '/public/robots.txt');
Please see CHANGELOG for more information what has changed recently.
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