Change the Virtual Robots.txt File

Did you know that WordPress will create a robots.txt file for you – well, sorta…

If you don’t create an actual robots.txt file, WordPress will create a virtual one for you, meaning that if is requested, WordPress will serve up robots.txt page, even though it doesn’t actually exist on your server.

Now that we’ve got that covered. How can you edit your virtual robots file? Easy

add_filter( 'robots_txt', 'robots_mod', 10, 2 );
function robots_mod( $output, $public ) {
	$output .= "Disallow: /topsecret/\n";
	return $output;