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  • Hello everybody!

    I have a problem with website indexing, no page is indexed in Google.
    The domain i`m using the script is 3 months old, i used before another indexing script, but eventually i decided to use WordPress and DW QA plugin.

    When i did changed the script i noticed that the pages from the old script were still in google, and if i click on them, it returns the 404 error. I waited for google to remove them, and i was constantly sending sitemaps from my new site, but it only index 25% of all the URLs, and the old URLs remained there. This is why i used google url removal tool to remove all my pages from Google index.
    I thought that I can start again.

    After i removed all URLs, i waited a week and I started to send Google sitemaps. I was sending ~ 1 sitemap/1-2 weeks, but Google SAYS the it only index 21 from my 105 URLs sitemap. All url`s are valid.

    But, if I search on Google for site:// there is no url indexed.

    The robots.txt only locks WP-admin and Wp-inlides, it also have a link to the sitemap.
    So, is there any way to get my site back in Google?

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  • Plugin Author designwall


    Hi kapaionutz,

    Sorry to know about your problem with Google Index.
    Are you saying that because our Q&A plugin was installed that your site faces this issue with Google Index? Does non-index URL belong to DW Q&A?
    Technically DW Q&A plugin does not alter your site robot file or htaccess. It simply creates custom posts and pages, then inserts them into your database.
    Look like this is the issue from your site structure, so I think it would be a good idea to raise this issue to Google Support Forum:

    I have a problem with DWQA, when i click the question, it always go to 404 page, and is there a way to no follow, those questions?
    This is my site: Chinese Cooking blog

    Hey kapaionutz –
    Not sure if you are still having indexing problems with your wordpress website but I wrote a post that has a few points I think might be helpful for you.

    It’s more or less the same process I use when people approach me to resolve their indexing issues.

    Check it:

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