Managing Robots.txt for each subdomain

Topics: Business Logic Layer, Themes
Oct 3, 2013 at 4:46 PM
Hello Again;

Part #1 - ISSUE
Quick question regarding robots.txt and .htacess in sub-blogs, any suggestions on how to manage the content of these individually for each sub-blog on different domains, rather then at the root level?

Part #2 - SUGGESTION
Also as a suggestion it would seem that with the introduction of sub blog that can be under different domain names, i.e: unique websites running on one version of blogengine - would it make sense to implement a method for these files to be specific to the sub-blog rather then the root? should they be part of the theme?
  • - contactus.aspx
  • - error.aspx
  • - error404.asps
  • - page.aspx
  • - post.aspx
  • - archive.aspx
  • - robots.txt
    • .htaccess
thanks
Oct 4, 2013 at 11:01 PM
I like your ideas, and I hope that them will be evaluated by programmers.
For example a generic contact, error, page, post, archive, robot.txt file for entire platform; and a single page for type for each blog / sub-blog.
Oct 7, 2013 at 5:01 PM
Any suggestions on how to address Part #1?

Quick question regarding robots.txt and .htacess in sub-blogs, any suggestions on how to manage the content of these individually for each sub-blog on different domains, rather then at the root level?