On Thu, 01 Dec 2005 16:59:01 +0100, Roy Schestowitz
Whether that actually has an effect or not, I am not sure. I tried using
form ( http://services.google.com:8882/urlconsole/controller ) to remove
pages from Google cache. The response suggested that 5 days (at most)
be allowed for everything (magic?) to take effect. 2 weeks later there is
still no change...
It worked for me few months ago, although it took more then 5 days.
Can't remember how long.
More oddly, one can only point Google to robots.txt, which already
It's seems just about as futile as submitting a site. I expected a
for the Webmaster to implant some code in the site for ownership
verification; But no!
That's not so stupid. Usually only webmaster can modify robots.txt
so that's an easy way of confirming that your request is a valid one.
If you want to remove some pages - just add them to robots.txt.
Besides, it makes sure Google crawlers will not index same pages
immediately after they were removed :)