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No page information in search resultsIf a Google search result says that no information is available for a page, like this: It means that the website prevented Google from creating a page description, but didn't actually hide the page from Google. If you own this site you can improve this result either by letting Google read the page to create a good description, or by hiding the page entirely from Google Search results. If Google is allowed to show the page, but isn't able to read it, Google will show the page without a description. *A Robots. txt file is a standard file that websites use to prevent search engines from crawling specific pages on their site. Some site hosting services create this file automatically for their customers. The next section describes how to confirm that this is the issue. 1. Confirm the issue Confirm that your page is being blocked by robots. txt on your site. Read below to learn how. How to fix it This isn't my site The page owner prohibited Google from reading the page, which prevents us from creating a page description. Unfortunately there's nothing that Google can do about this. If you know the site owners, tell them about it, and send them a link to this page. 2. Fix the issue To fix this problem, take one of the following actions: Option 1: Let Google read your page If you want a proper page description in Google Search, you must fix your robots. txt file to allow Google to read the page. Option 2: Block the page entirely from Google search results You can prevent the page from appearing entirely in Google Search results by following these steps: Take one of the following actions to block your page: Remove the page from your site, or Require a user login to access the page, or Use "noindex" on your page. If using noindex, you must also remove the robots. txt rule that blocks the page to search engines. This is my site If you own the website with the blocked result, you are probably seeing this result for the following reason: The page is blocked by Robots. txt Description Your website has a rule in its Robots. txt file* that prevents Google from reading the page. Google must read a page to be able to generate a description for search results.