I’m currently pulling in webflow pages onto my WordPress site using the plugin.
In order to remove the ‘made in webflow’ badge, I’ve needed to put my webflow pages live on a sub domain.
My worry is that Google could index both the live page, and the subdomain version, which could damage my SEO.
Is there an easy way to use Robots.txt to block Google crawling the subdomain? I see in Webflow there’s an option to add robots.txt settings, but not 100% sure what I should write here to ensure I block only the subdomain version, and not live.
Hopefully my question makes sense, so please ask if you have any questions, and thank you in advance for the help.