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Sitemap shows all of my theme files

  • apples333
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    @apples333

    Google finds and lists things from my website that is not interesting to anyone, nonsense like:

    website.com/wp-content/themes/Avada/framework/…/skins/

    Am I correct to suspect that Google finds these things with the help of my XML sitemap? In that case, which of the post types and taxonomies do you recommend me to exclude?

    My current settings are:

    Exclude post types

    [ ] Posts (post)
    [ ] Pages (page)
    [x] Media (attachment)
    [ ] Options (options)
    [ ] Portfolio (avada_portfolio)
    [ ] FAQs (avada_faq)
    [ ] Elastic Slider (themefusion_elastic)

    Exclude taxonomies

    [ ] Categories (category)
    [ ] Tags (post_tag)
    [ ] Format (post_format)
    [ ] Categories (portfolio_category)
    [ ] Skills (portfolio_skills)
    [ ] Categories (faq_category)
    [ ] Groups (themefusion_es_groups)
    [ ] Slide Groups (slide-page)

    I kind of would want to exclude everything other than posts, pages, categories and tags. But I am hesitant to do so without confirmation from you since I don’t know what any of the other stuff means.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-seo/

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