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every media has different pages.

  • Hello I need your attention and kind response. My problem is every blog post which I upload an image creates a different page of that media automatically which my cause duplicate content. like blogaddress/post/ is and I have uploaded an image named 132.jpg now my wordpress creates a page blogaddress/post/123/ in this automatically generated page only that image is showing. I need your kind help to solve my problem I’ll really very very much thank full

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  • esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    WordPress will only create the additional page to hold the media file if you select”Post Url” when inserting a link to that media in your posts. Try selecting “File Url” instead.

    Sir I always use file url but pages are appearing in google index normally when click on image it opens directly the url but in google index additional pages. What do you think could possibly be the problem. Thank you for your answer.

    esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    To be honest, I don’t think you have a problem. People do tend to blow the whole “duplicate content” issue out of all proportion. See:

    http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.com/2008/09/demystifying-duplicate-content-penalty.html

    Thank you again for explaining sir. Bur actually I have put adsense ads on my blog. to start and end of posts as you know when this type of page is created it showing ads right start and next to the images and adsense policies don’t allow that. Thats why I am so much worried.

    What do you think I should do remove ads and images upload them to some other website was my first idea but it’ll take a very very long time. I have 200 posts and every post have images.

    So please help me out any ideas please.

    Thank You very very much again for answering.

    Same exact problem as saaqi.
    This is not “okay” because when WordPress creates those pages, they have all features of the actual posts that I create. This means there are links to post to Facebook or Email this post. Of course these links are broken. Google doesn’t like broken links all over the place any more than it likes duplicate content. I, too, always use “file URL” – doesn’t help…
    http://rawarrior.com

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