Docs and search engines

Crawling Docs content

If your Docs site is public, search engines can (and will) index your articles. If you'd prefer to keep your Docs content out of public search results, add this bit of code to the Insert <head> Code section located on the Docs settings page via ManageDocs Custom Code:

<meta name="robots" content="noindex, nofollow">

Customizing Docs URLs

You can edit the slugs of your articles to add keywords and make them more search-friendly. By default, the slug will always match the article title. To edit an article slug, click on the title when you're editing the article.  

Generating a sitemap

We automatically generate a sitemap.xml for your Docs site. You can view it in your browser simply by adding /sitemap.xml after your Docs URL in the address bar. 

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