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Translation of Development Readme (trunk): Spanish (Spain)

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To ensure that Google and other search engines do not index the static contents of the cache folder (otherwise there could be duplicate content), the robots.txt file which is located in the main directory of a WordPress installation should be expanded by disabling the path to the cache file (disallow). This issue should only happen if you use a <em>static robots.txt</em> or you changed the <em>wp-content</em> location. And so might look a robots.txt:
Para asegurar que Google y otros motores de búsqueda no indexen el contenido estático de la carpeta de la caché (de lo contrario, podría haber contenido duplicado), el archivo «robots.txt», que se encuentra en el directorio principal de una instalación de WordPress, debe ampliarse desactivando la ruta al archivo de la caché (disallow). Este problema solo debería ocurrir si usas un archivo <em>«robots.txt» estático</em> o si cambias la ubicación del directorio «<em>wp-content</em>». Y así podría ser el aspecto de «robots.txt»: Details
To ensure that Google and other search engines do not index the static contents of the cache folder (otherwise there could be duplicate content), the robots.txt file which is located in the main directory of a WordPress installation should be expanded by disabling the path to the cache file (disallow). This issue should only happen if you use a <em>static robots.txt</em> or you changed the <em>wp-content</em> location. And so might look a robots.txt:
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Found in faq paragraph.

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2021-04-06 07:46:56 UTC
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