I got my Google Mobilegeddon report and noticed that it had flagged all the
wp-contentdirectory pages of my WordPress blog. Which should not have been available on the web at all.
Seems directory browsing is allowed by default by most web servers. I would have thought that my hosting company would have disabled this…
The trick is to add the following line to your
Options All -Indexes
Options directive controls what is available for the directory. The
Indexes option to this directive results in a formatted listing of the directory, and the
- essentially disables this.
A quick edit of my
.htaccess and all is well.