Support » Plugin: AMP for WP - Accelerated Mobile Pages » Google Search Console indexed amp URLs that don’t exist

  • marcelomazza

    (@marcelomazza)


    Since January 7th I see a raise of errors in Google Search Console. They are errors in Custom Post Types URLs, however I do not have the Custom Post Type extension.

    So, basically, Google indexed amp pages that don’t exist. How can I solve this? Thanks

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  • Plugin Author Ahmed Kaludi

    (@ahmedkaludi)

    Hey @marcelomazza

    Thank you so much for using the plugin! We do not add the values in custom post types without unless the user selects it from the options area.

    Can you please share the website URL?

    So that I can help you.

    Regards,
    Ahmed

    Thread Starter marcelomazza

    (@marcelomazza)

    Thanks @ahmedkaludi

    I cannot share you the website URL, sorry. I assumed you do not add the values in custom post types, but somehow this happened 🙁

    To give you an example, Google Search Console indexed something like this:

    http://exampleurl.com/my-custom-post-type/single-post-slug/amp/

    When I go to that URL, I get redirected to http://exampleurl.com/my-custom-post-type/single-post-slug/. When I check the source of the page there’s no <link rel="amphtml" generated anywhere.

    The rest of the pages and standard posts work fine, they are indexed by the Google Search Console, if I hit their URLs with /amp/ appended I see the amp version, and if I check the source of the standard version I see the <link rel="amphtml".

    Thanks for any help you can give me here.

    Khaled

    (@azmak)

    Hey @marcelomazza

    Do you use any other AMP plugin (Eg: Glue) ? we have extensively tested this issue and cant recreate it

    If yes then you might wanna look there for the above issue

    Regards
    Khaled

    Thread Starter marcelomazza

    (@marcelomazza)

    Noup, no other plugins, just this one 🙁

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