Doc O'Leary, 'Your the Man!' (or Woman! Don't wish to be politically
First, thank you very much for your post.
I checked my URL forwards. I had one of my HTTP redirects set to forward
requests for http://www.badhabitsonline.com to the main URL,
I corrected it to http://www.thegrooveshack.com
Will wait see if the errors stop.
Tkany you, thank you, thank you!
"Doc O'Leary" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
In article <UcFPd.29567$GT.1101@okepread01>, "Bob" <Bob@nospam.cox.net>
> 08/Feb/2005 14:23:35 220.127.116.11 /index.htm/robots.txt 404
> 09/Feb/2005 15:15:40 18.104.22.168 /index.htm/robots.txt 404
> 10/Feb/2005 22:26:25 22.214.171.124 /index.htm/robots.txt 404
> 11/Feb/2005 23:54:48 126.96.36.199 /index.htm/robots.txt 404
> I can't figure out why Microsoft is looking for my robots.txt file in a
> non-existant (non-standard) directory named index.htm
Maybe it's not. Maybe your server is doing some redirects poorly. Maybe
if you gave some more information besides some isolated log entries
(how's about the main URL?) you'd get more answers than maybes.