That’s right, two of the most requested features since our initial launch is the ability to scan for both the X-Robots HTTP Header and Meta Tag.
The custom configuration is the same at Robots.txt indexability, you can specify if something should be indexable or not (the default is Indexable but if you have a staging or development site, you can easily switch this.
You can activate these right now on your URLs by flipping the switch.
We’ve just put live a new notification type specifically for SSL & Domain name expiration warnings.
They are so important we’ve even used Emoji () to attract your attention.
These alerts will send when the expiration reaches
- 10 days until expiration
- 5 days until expiration
- 2 days until expiration
- 1 day until expiration
Domain and SSL expiration are the most common uses for Little Warden and based on the feedback we’ve received, these checks deserve their own notification
Of course, they can be disabled in the Notifications Panel like all other alerts.
Yesterday we launched a complete overhaul to our Overrides system.
When we first launched Little Warden, we had a simple override system that allowed you to say “that’s okay” to something.
This worked well with our small beta audience but the feedback from advanced customers was clear, they wanted more advanced settings.
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