I hope that you’re all doing well.
I’ve noticed that all the web pages in the “Legacy Courseware” web site - https://legacy.saylor.org/ - (both the home page and the web pages of the individual Legacy courses) all have the following META tag, in their HTML source code:
<meta name="robots" content="noindex">
That “noindex” META tag is preventing web search engines (like Google, Bing and others) from indexing those web pages, as documented, for example, in the following articles:
Block search indexing with ‘noindex’ - Search Console Help [ Google ]
Which Robots Metatags Does Bing Support? - Bing Webmaster Tools
May I humbly suggest and ask that you remove that “noindex” META tag from the web pages in the “Legacy Courseware” web site, so that those web pages become “findable” and searchable by people doing searches in Web search engines (Google, Bing…), please?
Thanks in advance