Support » Plugin: Events Manager » [Plugin: Events Manager] Can Single Event pages be removed?

  • Resolved aramaz



    is there any way to not show the Single Event pages at all? I have the EM plugin set up so it only shows the events in one list, and I don’t want the Single Events to get their own links and show up in search queries on Google, Yahoo etc. For example, if I have an event called Event 1, it shouldn’t get its own link like How do I either make Single Event pages invisible to search engines or remove them altogether?

    I am using WordPress 3.3.1 and have updated the EM plugin to version 5.0.42.

    Thanks for the help!

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  • agelonwl


    you can customize the EM settings > Formats/layouts > Events Format then instead of #_EVENTLINK you can use #_EVENTNAME

    Plugin Author Marcus


    NetWebLogic Support

    Not sure if there’s any hooks that can modify the custom post registration process, if so then you could make events not public.

    Otherwise, quick fix would be to do as angelo says above so you don’t have links to your events, then install some sort of plugin that either adds a noindex to your event pages or create a redirection using a redirection plugin.

    Thank you, I will try this suggestion.

    @agelonwl – I’ve checked the settings, I don’t even use any links and instead use #_NAME and similar tags.. the single event and location pages are getting generated anyway. Any ideas?

    Do what Marcus suggested. Instead of trying to remove them all together, use a plugin to noindex those event posts, and maybe use a redirect plugin in the event someone lands on the URL somehow.

    I am actually adding a noindex on these posts with some php code, but it’s still showing up on google even though the meta tag is there.. but the redirect plugin is not a bad idea. Will redirecting hurt SEO?

    Plugin Author Marcus


    NetWebLogic Support

    Google doesn’t drop indexed pages, it just won’t add new noindex pages or review it anymore. 301s will change the index results if i remember correctly.

    Some say you have see very marginal decrease in rank/traffic, but in theory it works fine if you give a proper 301 redirect.

    Ok, thanks.

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