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You can walk through all categories, and in the Publishing tab, set the Robots option to No Index.


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One option would be to use the Articles - Category module that's shipped with Joomla. Create module Set all the options you require Assign it to a custom position, e.g category-test In your article, add the following code snippet {loadposition category-test} By default, this module uses a list layout, so if you'd like to display the data in a table, you ...


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With Joomla core you need to setup a menu structure that will correspond to what you want to achieve with your URLs. Menus are important in Joomla. From the example of the URLs in your question - it seems like you have created a menu item for the article1. If you want all articles of that category (cat1) to be reachable under the cat1/article1,art2,art3 ...


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When you create your custom field. On the right side you can choose which category /categories this particular field will show in. In your case, from what I understand, you chose the 1st level category so if the 3rd level category is a child of the 1st level one it will show on the 3rd category as well. If you want to show on the 3rd level category only but ...


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I get the solution by the help of @mickmackusa and using this forum link https://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?t=592653. My final code is now $table = JTable::getInstance('Category'); $data = array('id' => 0, 'parent_id' = 1, 'path' => 'demo', 'level' => 1, 'title' => 'demo'); if ($table->bind($data)) { if ($table->store(true)) { ...


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Having the same problem I went down to the database. with this SQL you can update ALL categories to noindex and to nofollow for search engines (google, bing, yandex) UPDATE `jos_categories` SET `metadata`='{"author":"","robots":"noindex, nofollow"}' WHERE `extension`='com_content' you need to find out your table prefix, in the above example jos_ is the ...


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