Block Google or any other search engine from indexing your content with a single line of code.
There are a thousand reasons why you might not want search engines indexing particular content on a published project. Maybe you need to publish sensitive information but don't want Google — or any other search engine — listing that page in search results.
We're going to show you one of the most common ways to block Google from indexing your content — using this snippet of code: <meta name="robots" content="noindex">
To remove a specific page, add the code snippet in the <head> code of that page</head>.
To remove the entire project from the index, add the same code in the <head> code of the project</head>.
Search engines must be able to crawl your page in order to see the noindex meta tags. If they cannot crawl your page, they won’t be able to read that code, meaning your page will still be indexed and might still appear in search results.
If your page is still appearing in search results after you’ve added the noindex code, check the following:
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