Support » Plugin: wpDataTables - WordPress Tables & Table Charts Plugin » Wont get indexed in Google past 10 rows

  • jack31

    (@jack31)


    I have multiple data tables over 10 rows, when I checked the cache / texted only version in Chrome, the text version of the site only shows 10 rows.

    Did a manual search for data points after 10 rows and they weren’t indexed in Google.

    Contacted support and they have no idea what’s going on. They asked me for temporary admin access, which I did.

    No response from support after. But I FOUND the solution.

    The solution is called Ninja Tables Pro. Fast, easy to use, all data shows and is indexed.

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  • Plugin Author wpDataTables

    (@wpdatatables)

    Hello there,

    We’re sorry to see that you’re not satisfied with the plugin.

    This depends on the way you created the tables. Server-side tables (manual, imported, MySQL query-based tables) pull only the rows you set on the page, and they are indexed by Google and other search engines. So, if your table pulls 10 rows on one page, Google sees those rows.

    On the other hand, tables with non-server-side processing, like Google Sheets-based tables are indexed in their entirety. For example, if you search for this, it will return the page linked above (our documentation for Google Sheets-based table), while the data you searched for is located on page 3 of the table.

    The same logic (using data from pages 2, 3, 4…) on server-side tables will not return any results, because these tables use admin-ajax to pull only the rows currently displayed on the page.

    Please let us know if you have any questions or suggestions.

    Kind regards

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