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Cocolyze uses its robot, Cocolyzebot, to scan and analyze website pages.
In some cases it can come about that a website or website page doesn’t want to be analyzed by Cocolyze. The website or page will then be no longer be analyzable by Cocolyze.
How to prevent Cocolyze from analyzing my website?
You will need to ban our robot in the Robots.txt file, found in the root of the website in the address http://mywebsite.com/robots.txt
This file contains a list of instructions explaining to all the robots (or robot by robot) the decision to allow the site to be explored or a part of a site.
Our robot is (used for the robots.txt):
Our User-Agent (visible in the robot traffic logs) is:
Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Cocolyzebot/1.0; +https://cocolyze.com/cocolyzebot)
You can find more information on how Robots.txt files work in the Google documentation.
Don’t hesitate to contact us if you need help allowing your website to be explored.