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Control the contents of your robots.txt file through Backdrop configuration.

Use this module when you are running multiple Backdrop sites from a single code base (multisite) and you need a different robots.txt file for each one. This module generates the robots.txt file dynamically and gives you the chance to edit it, on a per-site basis.

For developers, you can automatically add paths to the robots.txt file by implementing hook_robotstxt(). See robotstxt.api.php for more documentation.


Delete or rename the robots.txt file in the root of your Backdrop installation. Otherwise, the module cannot intercept requests for the /robots.txt path.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can this module work if I have clean URLs disabled?

Yes it can! In the .htaccess file of your Backdrop's root directory, add the following two lines to the mod_rewrite section, immediately after the line that says "RewriteEngine on":

    # Add redirection for the robots.txt path for use with the RobotsTxt module.
    RewriteRule ^(robots.txt)$ index.php?q=$1

How can I install the module with custom default robots.txt?

The module allows adding a default.robots.txt to the defaults folder.

  1. Remove the robots.txt from site root.
  2. Save your custom robots.txt to "/sites/default/default.robots.txt"
  3. Run the module installation.

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