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Overview

Google indexes all web pages on the Internet that do not specify a "noindex" meta tag.  When Google visits your site, it detects new and updated pages and links, and can use this information to update the Google index, which is used for both Google Web Search and Custom Search.


Resolution

FormAssembly Professional, Premier, and Enterprise Clients can insert the following meta tag in the <HEAD> for all of their forms using the Advanced Site Branding Features.

Please note: You must add the code below prior to publishing and sharing your form.  If you add it later, it may take several months before Google removes it from the index.

Prior to publishing your form, please add the following code to the form <HEAD>:

<meta name="robots" content="noindex" />

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