In a series of tweets by Google Webmasters, they have announced their proposal of a draft stating that Robots.txt is well on its way from becoming a de facto standard to an official one.
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Have you ever wondered what the robots file in your website is for? Maybe you’re using WordPress and you stumble upon this certain, unfamiliar tag that says <meta name =”robots” content=”index”>. What the heck is it!? Is it a robot that automates your meta tags? Is it a piece of magical SEO tag? Does it summon the Google robot to your page?