Noindex,follow always added to head
Web Design & IT Services in Swanage, Poole, Bournemouth and Dorset by Matthew Pond
I came across a scenario when I was debugging a website recently in that the header contained the
Noindex,follow tag no matter what optiosn were selected in the WordPress admin area.
This is because of Disallow indexing plugin included. It’s a must use plugin that get’s installed when you install bedrock. If you change the environment in .env to production the tag won’t be added to the head. But when the enviroment variable in .env is set to development the tag appears in the head automatically.