Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » Wrong with Ryte about homepage NOT indexable

  • BLUE_LIFE

    (@blue_life)


    Using Ryte ( Yoast strong partner). Which is totaly WRONG and messy.

    Despite the great features of Yoast ( excepted dashboard complicated interface ) I put 2 stars because of Ryte and user interface.
    WHY ? Because I consider YOAST as responsible for his partnership, it is featured as the great tool inside.

    At first I thought it was good and solid.
    BUT NO. It keeps on telling me that my Index page / same as domain is Not indexable.
    Well : IT IS.
    1/Checked on Google.
    2/header returns 200.
    3/Other Checker Tools confirm that it is.
    But with Ryte : NO WAY to find out why. Correct Canonical URL tag is there. Correct in Google console.
    Tells me that : index Passes all Pagerank BUT Throws ERROR RED NOT indexable with a column mentioning : Canonicalized

    Then in details it gets WORSE :
    Status Code 200
    Indexable No

    No support or way to find out more, why and how I can remedy to this.

    My site is redirected 301 for http to https.
    The index.php is redirecting to .com/ ( with suffix for cleaner visual )
    Meta canonical is set to mysite.com/
    Header is good. Mmeta is fine.
    Everything is fine.For years.

    What a loss of time. What a lack of explanation. What a stress.

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  • Plugin Support monbauza

    (@monbauza)

    Hi @blue_life,

    Thanks for your comment.

    We are sorry to hear you’re not satisfied with the indexability check feature provided by our partner Ryte.

    We’d recommend you test the URL in Google’s mobile-friendly test here. If Google can run the mobile-friendly test for the domain, Google can also crawl the domain. In that case, the Ryte (formerly OnPage.org) warning is a false positive.

    Sometimes, the indexability warning can show when the Ryte crawler cannot access your homepage. This does not mean that your page cannot be indexed, just that Ryte is not able to access it. You can ignore the issue if it is a false positive or you can also contact Ryte.com for more information why they are showing it as not indexed. You can contact them here.

    Thanks!

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