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  • Resolved manuwp09

    (@manuwp09)


    Please help:
    My AMP pages have the following structure: example.com/xxx/hello?amp
    I use: Transitional Mode
    However I get 404 errors from Google Search Console:
    Type pages are generated: example.com/xxx/amp/page
    Occurs on category and tag pages
    How to fix the problem?
    Thanks

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  • Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    Thanks for reaching out. Did you switch AMP modes recently, from transitional to reader mode?

    If you’d like to share your Site Health information here or privately via this form I’d be happy to check your setup.

    Thread Starter manuwp09

    (@manuwp09)

    Thanks:

    It’s been a while since I switched to transitional mode
    I have shared information privately
    I hope you can help me.
    It’s a big SEO problem

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    Thanks for sharing. From inspecting the details provided and also your site all looks fine, with your AMP URLs working as expected at present.

    Note that your AMP URLs, include a ?amp at the end, as opposed to the structure you previously referenced.

    Regarding why you are receiving these Search Console messages if you’ve removed content on your site, or changed your site structure any URLs (both AMP and non AMP) this may result in 404 errors. You can use the URL inspection tool within Search Console for your site to be re-indexed once more. Alternatively you can check your sitemap (yoursite.com/sitemap.xml) and compare any URLs using the Search Console sitemap report.

    Thread Starter manuwp09

    (@manuwp09)

    There are hundreds of 404 errors
    Really every day
    I have sent you some example urls. It’s infinite:
    * /example.com/amp/page
    * /example.com/amp/page/ 1 ….
    * /example.com/amp/page/amp ….

    Not good for SEO
    I’m going to consider removing the AMP plugin
    There are instructions to do so

    Thanks

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    APM itself isn’t a ranking factor in search so it won’t have any impact on SEO.

    From looking at the URLs on your site each page from the primary menu also have it’s own submenu, so rather than having mysite.com/page1 I’m seeing page1.mysite.com when browsing your site. Have you switched to this setup recently, a subdomain for each page?

    Thread Starter manuwp09

    (@manuwp09)

    No. They take a long time.
    Each subdomain has a wordpress installation.
    If I have configured: …? amp
    I do not understand that pages appear with /amp/
    I would like to know what happens
    It’s tiring for me

    Thread Starter manuwp09

    (@manuwp09)

    How can I make all AMP pages with error 304 redirect to …?amp
    Thanks

    Thread Starter manuwp09

    (@manuwp09)

    *error 404

    Plugin Support James Osborne

    (@jamesosborne)

    If the pages don’t existing anymore it’s normal that a 404 error will occur. You can use a plugin for particular redirects if you know the previous URLs.

    In relation to the references AMP URLs and the example.com/xxx/amp/page structure the plugin doesn’t render AMP URLs using that same structure. I therefore can’t be sure what was the cause. Sorry I can’t be of more assistance.

    You’ll see here also that 404 URLs generally don’t impact your sites performance:
    https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/2445990?hl=en

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