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No Information Is Available for This Page

When your site appears in Google search results, the visitors will first read the meta title and description that will convince and persuade them to click through to your website. However, If a Google search result displays “No Information Is Available for This Page,” they’re likely to ignore your site.

On the other hand, if you intentionally blocked Google from crawling the page, you don’t want it to appear in search results. In this knowledgebase article, we’ll show you why Google displays “No information is available for this page.” in the meta description of your site.

1 Why Google Displays No Information Is Available for This Page

Google displays “No information is available for this page” because the robots.txt file on your site blocks it from crawling the URL. However, Google discovers and indexes the web page because the page receives a backlink or is part of a redirect chain. 

A Google search result showing No information is available for this page

2 How to Check If a Web Page Is Blocked by robots.txt

2.1 Debug the URL

To check if Google is blocked from crawling a page, head over to the HTTP Status Tester and paste the page’s URL in the text box. Then click on the Test URLs button, as shown below. 

debug the URL

2.2 Review the Status of the URL

HTTP Status Tester will display “Blocked by robots.txt if it detects that the robots.txt file will block Google from crawling the page.

URL is blocked by Google

Likewise, HTTP Status Tester will display “Allowed” if it detects that the robots.txt file will allow Google to crawl the page.

URL is allowed to crawl

If the URL is part of a redirect chain, you need to scroll down to the last URL, as shown below. The robots.txt file may block Google from crawling the final URL even if it allows Google to crawl the other URLs that redirect to it.

Scroll to the last URL if the URL is a redirect chain

As you already know, you can use robots.txt to block Google from accessing a URL on your site. However, Google can still find and index the URL. So if you don’t want a web page to appear in search results, you should set it to “noindex” or lock it with a password. 

Additionally, if robots.txt blocks the meta description of a web page you want on Google, you’ll have to edit robots.txt to remove or modify the instructions responsible. You can refer to this knowledgebase article on how to edit your robots.txt file with Rank Math

If you have questions, you’re always more than welcome to contact our dedicated support team. We’re available 24/7, 365 days a year…

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