Google is Blocking their js in Robots.txt But Tell Us Not To.2 Recommended Answers
So I was just curious, why would Google put into place this tool that flat out says, do not block any css and js, but yet Google is doing it.
What concerns me is I have read some people that have actually tested the partial robots.txt and found that there is definitely a connection with some rankings dropping because of the Panda 4.0.
So what ets was saying on his evaluation holds true or you are feeling it is mostly the back links?
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