https://jewelryheiress.com Lastest version of Ghost on Chrome Reiro Theme, downloaded from Ghost. My Google console says I have 148 pages that are not indexed. Each page shows a 2 or 3 at the end of the link so Im guessing these are duplicates. Does anyone know what I do to get rid of them? I can’t find them?
I don’t know what steps others could take to replicate the issue.
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I’d be interested to see what Google is /actually/ saying. Some example URLs, please? And does Google say they’re MISSING (404s) or duplicates?
I suspect you’re looking at old pagination pages that are now 404s because Reiro shows fewer posts on a page than Genki does, but that’s a total guess because you haven’t provided enough information to say for sure.
I uploaded a yaml doc with all the redirect links on March 2th. According to my console report the last time these pages were crawled was March 4th. I still have 124 404s? What can I do to fix this?
Thanks for your response. Does this mean that the unindexed docs I redirected to the proper links (pages) should now be found and indexed? The number of indexed pages is the same as it was prior to when I redirected them and my indexed pages have not gone up.
I don’t see where to do this. Google message is still 404 in Plus, Google is saying that the sitemap doesn’t match. In looking at my sitemap there does not seem to be any changes to the pages I redirected in the yaml doc I uploaded in the labs tab
Note that for pages that are removed, a 404 error is correct, and these pages will disappear from Google after a month or so. Google will re-index pages that have a 300 code, but you shouldn’t use these unless the content has moved. IOW, don’t create a soft 404 by redirecting to the home page.