This text file can tell search engines how they should crawl your website. Kooboo CMS can have multiple websites in the same CMS instance, so if you want a different robots.txt file for each website you can't just put the robots.txt file in the cms root folder.
That is why you need to enter your robots.txt code in this section.
Web site owners use the /robots.txt file to give instructions about their site to web robots; this is called The Robots Exclusion Protocol.
It works likes this: a robot wants to vists a Web site URL, say http://www.example.com/welcome.html. Before it does so, it firsts checks for http://www.example.com/robots.txt, and finds:
The "User-agent: *" means this section applies to all robots. The "Disallow: /" tells the robot that it should not visit any pages on the site.
There are two important considerations when using /robots.txt:
Robots can ignore your /robots.txt. Malware robots that scan the web for security vulnerabilities and email address harvesters used by spammers will pay no attention. The /robots.txt file is a publicly available file. Anyone can see what sections of your server you don't want robots to use.
So don't try to use /robots.txt to hide information.