About NatNiches
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Hi there, I'm Nat from Rags To Niches, (ragstoniches.com). I've been at WA since 2015 and at first it was a steep learning curve for me

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My mobile speed is really bad - (in the red for many posts). I've done what I can to try and improve things - reduced my Ads to extremely low density on mobile pages/posts, or

Trish has a good answer

That is one huge understatement. She usually has the answer before I ask the question. Canadian Karma.

Hey Nat,

The following tutorial may provide you with the help you seek: Hope you find this helpful.

Well done Trish

Even after removing multiple plugins and even after further reducing the image sizes & compressing them again, lately I am struggling with loading speed, too.

I've tried different things and for me it always came down to the WP theme. Changing to a more light-weight WP theme was the only thing improving my results significantly, so far. Unfortunately, I haven't found a theme yet that is fast AND provides all the layout features that I want. Sorry I can't give a more actionable response right now, but I still hope this helps you a bit.

I use a Genius theme - which I thought was meant to be good for that :/ But I don't know :/ ..... Sorry you've been having problems as well!

I have switched to the Omen theme just as a test, and my speed score jumped from 52 to 95 without changing anything else. With that said, I can't use the Omen theme so I'm now looking for another one that results in the same speed improvements. But try it out and see if it makes a difference for you as well!

Have you checked that all your images are optimised.

I use the following plugins.
1. Accelerated mobile pages.
2. Compress JPeg & PNG Images
I don't use Kraken or EWWW image optimise.
And my site is very fast (98%).
Jim

Hey Jim, a score of 98 that's amazing!! What WP theme are you using on that particular site?

Actually - I don't think they are! I have EWWW optimise installed but don't think I set it up correctly. I should check out one of those plugins, thanks for the advice!

You will need to use both . 1. Improves mobile speed and 2). Optimises the images.

Thank you I’m going to try this - are there any complicated settings or is it pretty straight forward?

Ps are you hosted at WA - do you have the extreme speed option on or not here? Thanks!

Hey Jim, maybe you've missed my earlier question :) What's the WP theme that you use on that site?

Yes, I'd like to know as well actually :)

Kracken has not been updated in almost 5 months and Smush is much better. MarionBlack recommends Smush and in site speed tests, Smush much faster than Kracken. Mark

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Help! mobile speed problems, very slow?

Help! mobile speed problems, very slow?

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Search Engine Optimization

My mobile speed is really bad - (in the red for many posts). I've done what I can to try and improve things - reduced my Ads to extremely low density on mobile pages/posts, or

Trish has a good answer

That is one huge understatement. She usually has the answer before I ask the question. Canadian Karma.

Hey Nat,

The following tutorial may provide you with the help you seek: Hope you find this helpful.

Well done Trish

Even after removing multiple plugins and even after further reducing the image sizes & compressing them again, lately I am struggling with loading speed, too.

I've tried different things and for me it always came down to the WP theme. Changing to a more light-weight WP theme was the only thing improving my results significantly, so far. Unfortunately, I haven't found a theme yet that is fast AND provides all the layout features that I want. Sorry I can't give a more actionable response right now, but I still hope this helps you a bit.

I use a Genius theme - which I thought was meant to be good for that :/ But I don't know :/ ..... Sorry you've been having problems as well!

I have switched to the Omen theme just as a test, and my speed score jumped from 52 to 95 without changing anything else. With that said, I can't use the Omen theme so I'm now looking for another one that results in the same speed improvements. But try it out and see if it makes a difference for you as well!

Have you checked that all your images are optimised.

I use the following plugins.
1. Accelerated mobile pages.
2. Compress JPeg & PNG Images
I don't use Kraken or EWWW image optimise.
And my site is very fast (98%).
Jim

Hey Jim, a score of 98 that's amazing!! What WP theme are you using on that particular site?

Actually - I don't think they are! I have EWWW optimise installed but don't think I set it up correctly. I should check out one of those plugins, thanks for the advice!

You will need to use both . 1. Improves mobile speed and 2). Optimises the images.

Thank you I’m going to try this - are there any complicated settings or is it pretty straight forward?

Ps are you hosted at WA - do you have the extreme speed option on or not here? Thanks!

Hey Jim, maybe you've missed my earlier question :) What's the WP theme that you use on that site?

Yes, I'd like to know as well actually :)

Kracken has not been updated in almost 5 months and Smush is much better. MarionBlack recommends Smush and in site speed tests, Smush much faster than Kracken. Mark

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Everything Wordpress

I downloaded the SSL Insecure Content Fixer plugin ages ago, when we all switched to https and followed some training here regarding that.

However, I sti

Hi there,

To make sure there are no instances of http://www.yourdomain.com remaining in your database you can run a database update to change all instances of http://www.yourdomain.com
to:
https://www.yourdomain.com.

It won't matter if there are no instances of http:// - if that's the case no changes will be made.

There are some plugins that help you to do this and there's a tutorial here:

https://www.wpbeginner.com/plugins/search-and-replace-plugin-for-wordpress-database/

Be sure to take at least a database backup, preferably an entire site backup, before you do anything!

Once the change has been completed you should remove the Better Search Replace plugin and you can then also remove the Insecure Fixer plugin.

*However, if you are not totally comfortable with working with your database I would suggest you keep the Insecure Fixer plugin running.*

Cheers,

Martin.

You got an answer from one of our resident geniuses in Marion.

Making a living, making a difference.
Mark

Indeed! Gotta love Marion!!!! :)

That's a good question, Nat.

I don't need SSL Insecure Content Fixer plugin on my new sites because everything that's uploaded to them is uploaded as httpS rather than http. But my old sites may still have some stuff that was uploaded as http (without the S) so I'm keeping the plugin going until I can be sure I no longer need it.

One way to be sure is to deactivate the plugin, delete the cache, and then check every single page and post to see if the padlock is still there.

Hi - thanks Marion, I may have to skip that though, as I have over 500 posts/pages :-o !!! ... Yes, lots of my posts were in http, I guess the first couple of hundred maybe, I'm not sure. So, I guess I will have to keep it there! Thanks for your help! I'm pretty sure it was your training I followed when I got the plugin and it was very helpful :) :)

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Do I still need ssl insecure content fixer plugin?

Do I still need ssl insecure content fixer plugin?

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Everything Wordpress

I downloaded the SSL Insecure Content Fixer plugin ages ago, when we all switched to https and followed some training here regarding that.

However, I sti

Hi there,

To make sure there are no instances of http://www.yourdomain.com remaining in your database you can run a database update to change all instances of http://www.yourdomain.com
to:
https://www.yourdomain.com.

It won't matter if there are no instances of http:// - if that's the case no changes will be made.

There are some plugins that help you to do this and there's a tutorial here:

https://www.wpbeginner.com/plugins/search-and-replace-plugin-for-wordpress-database/

Be sure to take at least a database backup, preferably an entire site backup, before you do anything!

Once the change has been completed you should remove the Better Search Replace plugin and you can then also remove the Insecure Fixer plugin.

*However, if you are not totally comfortable with working with your database I would suggest you keep the Insecure Fixer plugin running.*

Cheers,

Martin.

You got an answer from one of our resident geniuses in Marion.

Making a living, making a difference.
Mark

Indeed! Gotta love Marion!!!! :)

That's a good question, Nat.

I don't need SSL Insecure Content Fixer plugin on my new sites because everything that's uploaded to them is uploaded as httpS rather than http. But my old sites may still have some stuff that was uploaded as http (without the S) so I'm keeping the plugin going until I can be sure I no longer need it.

One way to be sure is to deactivate the plugin, delete the cache, and then check every single page and post to see if the padlock is still there.

Hi - thanks Marion, I may have to skip that though, as I have over 500 posts/pages :-o !!! ... Yes, lots of my posts were in http, I guess the first couple of hundred maybe, I'm not sure. So, I guess I will have to keep it there! Thanks for your help! I'm pretty sure it was your training I followed when I got the plugin and it was very helpful :) :)

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Hi there,

I'm in the process of removing a tonne of junk urls that have been indexed in google, (that shouldn't have been).

But I also noticed that some of my posts

James has a pretty good answer Nat

It usually has to do with No Index status, either through a robots.txt file or setting the option in All-In-One SEO. Sometimes, though, if Google finds the page to be of little value, it's possible they won't index it. Check the page load times of the pages that are not indexed. There is a tool here in WA on your Websites section where you can do this. If the page speed is not up to par, Google could block from indexing.

If you are deleting pages/posts, do expect to possibly take a hit in rankings initially. It shouldn't last too long, especially since you are increasing the value of the site in the long run.

Check for messages in search console, too. Sometimes, Google can give you information, albeit cryptic, but at least you'll know something is wrong.

For pages you want to keep that aren't indexed, try using the URL inspection tool.

Hi - thanks for that.
But the thing is, they are indexed.
They're indexed in Google, but it says they are not included in the sitemap.

I'm not deleting actual pages/posts right now, (although I am thinking about that). I have a tonne of image files that have been indexed as urls in Google and I'm trying to take those out.

Nat

Which plugin are you using for your sitemap generation? Sometimes, the forums or support on their plugins can give insight into an issue if others experience it.

This issue is one that is preferable to the other way around where it's in the sitemap but not getting indexed. But, it still pays to learn why it's happening from the plugin developer.

Another thing you could try is to turn off the sitemaps and immediately turn it back on again. Perhaps that will insert the missing pages. If you have any caching plugins, be sure to clear the cache first (or disable those caching plugins then activate them).

The plugin I'm using is just Google XML sitempaps plugin? As I've been going through, I've seen quite a bunch of these URLs and some are actually some of my top posts, so it's weird they're not in the sitemap.... I will try and turn off and on! I don't have any caching plugins... should I have? Thanks!!!

Are you using All-In-One SEO(AIOSEO) for your SEO? If so, as an experiment, you could add your GA info into AIOSEO and disable Google XML Sitemap temporarily. I have had conflicts between the two plugins in the past. I am not saying this is the case here, but may be something worth exploring. I only use AIOSEO for tracking because of the conflicts between the two.

As for caching plugins, they usually cause more trouble than their worth, so no it's not necessary to use them unless you know of ones that can help improve performance. Some people here like to use them, so I am just accounting for the possibility.

Oh really I didn't know that!
Yes, I have the AIOSEO plugin and I already added my google analytics to that in the beginning.... Does that mean I don't need the sitemap plugin?
Or should just do this experiment, but then remove GA from the All in one seo plugin and keep the sitemap plugin?
Sorry for all the questions!!

I did try a caching plugin before, but I wasn't sure how to set it up and took it off in the end. Aside from, I do have the pluin : FV Gravatar Cache? Because it was suggested it could help site speed .... although, I'm not really sure if it helped or not!

I got rid of the sitemap plugin and have had no issues with AIOSEO. I don't know if it will solve the problem, but as I have stated, the two have given me problems of conflicts in the past. I honestly don't see the advantage of using the sitemap pluging when AIOSEO handles the same functionality. It's one less plugin which is always good when you can eliminate it. Of course, you can always reinstall if you feel you want that plugin.

Nice one James

Thank you - Also, wonder if you could help with something else! I've decided to delete a load of content that is not getting much traffic and has low engagement. How can I do that correctly? So far, I have been deindexing them and removing them from sitemap. I don't have internal links pointing to most of these posts. Should I delete them and do a 301 redirect? Thanks!

Hey Natalie, you're welcome.
I would take a measured approach when deleting content. The first step would be to see if you can somehow repurpose the content. That way, you keep it indexed and add more value to it. If that isn't possible, I would over time start deleting the content slowly rather than bulk delete it. Google will figure everything out eventually no matter what. But, doing it slowly is less likely to "shock the system" as it were.

Another option is to use a robots.txt file which you can add the pages that you don't want to appear in the index. This alerts Google to your intentions that these pages are not important. Then, after a while, it will likely won't be as noticed when you decide to delete the pages.

I believe there are plugins that can help here. But, if I remember correctly, the format is pretty simple and examples can be found online. Our support team can lend a hand too.

Hope this helps,
Jim

A 301 redirect is also a possibility. I would prefer that to outright deletion. But, my number one preference would be to repurpose if possible.

Thank you!! I will take the advice to do it slowly. I've changed the direction of my site somewhat since I started, so I'm wanting to delete posts that aren't relevant to the direction I'm going. I'm still keeping ones that get traffic - but there ones that have only had a couple of hits this whole year, so I don't think they'll be missed. Thanks for your help!! :)

That makes sense. I think the ranking weight for phantom pages is likely to be small. No one can say for sure what the Big G is thinking, but it's hard to imagine that someone who is struggling for rankings would say, "I think it's because I have phantom pages" rather than a host of way more important ranking factors.

Yes that definitely makes sense - difficult because, from what I gather, it could take several months to see any difference. But I'm tracking any changes I make and will see what happens! :)

I think some guru decided this was a good topic to write about to get some traffic to his/her website. The blogging community latched on and now everyone is preaching the virtues of getting rid of phantom pages. Yes, it's needed but, IMO not the priority.

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Google search console experts: sitemap question?

Google search console experts: sitemap question?

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Search Engine Optimization

Hi there,

I'm in the process of removing a tonne of junk urls that have been indexed in google, (that shouldn't have been).

But I also noticed that some of my posts

James has a pretty good answer Nat

It usually has to do with No Index status, either through a robots.txt file or setting the option in All-In-One SEO. Sometimes, though, if Google finds the page to be of little value, it's possible they won't index it. Check the page load times of the pages that are not indexed. There is a tool here in WA on your Websites section where you can do this. If the page speed is not up to par, Google could block from indexing.

If you are deleting pages/posts, do expect to possibly take a hit in rankings initially. It shouldn't last too long, especially since you are increasing the value of the site in the long run.

Check for messages in search console, too. Sometimes, Google can give you information, albeit cryptic, but at least you'll know something is wrong.

For pages you want to keep that aren't indexed, try using the URL inspection tool.

Hi - thanks for that.
But the thing is, they are indexed.
They're indexed in Google, but it says they are not included in the sitemap.

I'm not deleting actual pages/posts right now, (although I am thinking about that). I have a tonne of image files that have been indexed as urls in Google and I'm trying to take those out.

Nat

Which plugin are you using for your sitemap generation? Sometimes, the forums or support on their plugins can give insight into an issue if others experience it.

This issue is one that is preferable to the other way around where it's in the sitemap but not getting indexed. But, it still pays to learn why it's happening from the plugin developer.

Another thing you could try is to turn off the sitemaps and immediately turn it back on again. Perhaps that will insert the missing pages. If you have any caching plugins, be sure to clear the cache first (or disable those caching plugins then activate them).

The plugin I'm using is just Google XML sitempaps plugin? As I've been going through, I've seen quite a bunch of these URLs and some are actually some of my top posts, so it's weird they're not in the sitemap.... I will try and turn off and on! I don't have any caching plugins... should I have? Thanks!!!

Are you using All-In-One SEO(AIOSEO) for your SEO? If so, as an experiment, you could add your GA info into AIOSEO and disable Google XML Sitemap temporarily. I have had conflicts between the two plugins in the past. I am not saying this is the case here, but may be something worth exploring. I only use AIOSEO for tracking because of the conflicts between the two.

As for caching plugins, they usually cause more trouble than their worth, so no it's not necessary to use them unless you know of ones that can help improve performance. Some people here like to use them, so I am just accounting for the possibility.

Oh really I didn't know that!
Yes, I have the AIOSEO plugin and I already added my google analytics to that in the beginning.... Does that mean I don't need the sitemap plugin?
Or should just do this experiment, but then remove GA from the All in one seo plugin and keep the sitemap plugin?
Sorry for all the questions!!

I did try a caching plugin before, but I wasn't sure how to set it up and took it off in the end. Aside from, I do have the pluin : FV Gravatar Cache? Because it was suggested it could help site speed .... although, I'm not really sure if it helped or not!

I got rid of the sitemap plugin and have had no issues with AIOSEO. I don't know if it will solve the problem, but as I have stated, the two have given me problems of conflicts in the past. I honestly don't see the advantage of using the sitemap pluging when AIOSEO handles the same functionality. It's one less plugin which is always good when you can eliminate it. Of course, you can always reinstall if you feel you want that plugin.

Nice one James

Thank you - Also, wonder if you could help with something else! I've decided to delete a load of content that is not getting much traffic and has low engagement. How can I do that correctly? So far, I have been deindexing them and removing them from sitemap. I don't have internal links pointing to most of these posts. Should I delete them and do a 301 redirect? Thanks!

Hey Natalie, you're welcome.
I would take a measured approach when deleting content. The first step would be to see if you can somehow repurpose the content. That way, you keep it indexed and add more value to it. If that isn't possible, I would over time start deleting the content slowly rather than bulk delete it. Google will figure everything out eventually no matter what. But, doing it slowly is less likely to "shock the system" as it were.

Another option is to use a robots.txt file which you can add the pages that you don't want to appear in the index. This alerts Google to your intentions that these pages are not important. Then, after a while, it will likely won't be as noticed when you decide to delete the pages.

I believe there are plugins that can help here. But, if I remember correctly, the format is pretty simple and examples can be found online. Our support team can lend a hand too.

Hope this helps,
Jim

A 301 redirect is also a possibility. I would prefer that to outright deletion. But, my number one preference would be to repurpose if possible.

Thank you!! I will take the advice to do it slowly. I've changed the direction of my site somewhat since I started, so I'm wanting to delete posts that aren't relevant to the direction I'm going. I'm still keeping ones that get traffic - but there ones that have only had a couple of hits this whole year, so I don't think they'll be missed. Thanks for your help!! :)

That makes sense. I think the ranking weight for phantom pages is likely to be small. No one can say for sure what the Big G is thinking, but it's hard to imagine that someone who is struggling for rankings would say, "I think it's because I have phantom pages" rather than a host of way more important ranking factors.

Yes that definitely makes sense - difficult because, from what I gather, it could take several months to see any difference. But I'm tracking any changes I make and will see what happens! :)

I think some guru decided this was a good topic to write about to get some traffic to his/her website. The blogging community latched on and now everyone is preaching the virtues of getting rid of phantom pages. Yes, it's needed but, IMO not the priority.

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*update - weirdly it now seems to havw started working.

Google analytic should has worked fine since I installed several years ago.

However, today, while I can see

Hey Natalie,

Perhaps you Google Tracking ID has disappeared from the All In One SEO field within your website, as this happened to another member about 3 months ago.

Hope you find this helpful.

have you re-installed the All In One SEO plugin or changed something in the theme in case that you are using the html code to connect to GA?

I haven’t changed anything - but weirdly it’s now working. Thanks!

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Google analytics not working- anyone else?

Google analytics not working- anyone else?

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Search Engine Optimization

*update - weirdly it now seems to havw started working.

Google analytic should has worked fine since I installed several years ago.

However, today, while I can see

Hey Natalie,

Perhaps you Google Tracking ID has disappeared from the All In One SEO field within your website, as this happened to another member about 3 months ago.

Hope you find this helpful.

have you re-installed the All In One SEO plugin or changed something in the theme in case that you are using the html code to connect to GA?

I haven’t changed anything - but weirdly it’s now working. Thanks!

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Search Engine Optimization

Hi there,

if any of you are Google search console experts, can you help? I have been asking in other places and it looks like I have an issue that needs to be resolved,

Did you change themes? That'll do it sometimes.

Search Console is going through a bunch of updates lately though, so it may just be showing you things which were actually previously indexed, but are just showing.

Pretty sure it was just that you submitted an updated sitemap. Not sure why the old sitemap wasn't working though! Perhaps you didn't update the sitemap after you switched from http to https?

Thanks Nathaniell... I changed themes around a year ago now...

I posted on the mediavine FB group and spoke to someone from there, who checked it out. But I realized I hadn't ticked certain boxes on my SEO plugin, (like to *not* index attachment pages etc...).
I have sorted that aspect now, although they're still indexed at the moment, I think Google will gradually remove them from, as they're no longer in my sitemap.
It was suggested that I manually remove all these links in Google search console as well.... but there are thousands and it looks like Google is gradually removing them anyway now.
Hopefully it will be sorted soon!

if you check your all in one seo general settings you can specify if you want categories images etc indexed.
it looks like support allowed the whole lot.
you can always create a new one and resubmit.
if you add images a tip is to add a description to each one - this is a complete editor and can have links to the article from where it comes from - so you don't jsut have a floating image - you have test underneath - some themes don't allow this , so have a play first.
but i am not a big fan of getting everything indexed.
you can install file manager plugin to get access to your robots.txt and view/edit it, or you acn use alloin one seo editor.
is it a problem? you may find images and tags ranking higher that your articles and people clicking on them will be taken just to the image or a snippet of your article.
phil

Hi Phil,

thanks! I'm so confused what to do. Do you know why these things could have been indexed all of a sudden, overnight?

In my SEO plugin I uploaded an image of what is under no index, (all boxes below this that you can't see, aren't ticked).

Where is says, "SEO types of content," in the plugin - just posts, pages and also Media are ticked, (added image below).

So far, I haven't seen traffic to these indexed image pages, so not sure that's causing an issue.

The file manager plugin sounds useful, if I can use it to edit robot.txt although, I think I'd be worried about messing something up! :/

Thanks!


yeah that seems standard Nat.
what you need to do now is to have a look at your sitemap, go into all in one and enable the sitemap generator (feature manager) - there is a way of viewing your sitemap at the top.
you should see only posts, pages, poss images.
if you see categories, tags and a load of other things then it might be worth creating a new one and resubmitting.
the reason all of these were indexed is that a google bot paid your site a visit and had a look at your sitemap, comparing that to what was on your site and updating its index.


i just had a look at my all in one sitemap and everything was ticked - i unticked all but the pages, posts and media - on the taxonomies it unticked all and recreated my sitemap - much more reasonable now.

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Google search console experts please help?

Google search console experts please help?

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Hi there,

if any of you are Google search console experts, can you help? I have been asking in other places and it looks like I have an issue that needs to be resolved,

Did you change themes? That'll do it sometimes.

Search Console is going through a bunch of updates lately though, so it may just be showing you things which were actually previously indexed, but are just showing.

Pretty sure it was just that you submitted an updated sitemap. Not sure why the old sitemap wasn't working though! Perhaps you didn't update the sitemap after you switched from http to https?

Thanks Nathaniell... I changed themes around a year ago now...

I posted on the mediavine FB group and spoke to someone from there, who checked it out. But I realized I hadn't ticked certain boxes on my SEO plugin, (like to *not* index attachment pages etc...).
I have sorted that aspect now, although they're still indexed at the moment, I think Google will gradually remove them from, as they're no longer in my sitemap.
It was suggested that I manually remove all these links in Google search console as well.... but there are thousands and it looks like Google is gradually removing them anyway now.
Hopefully it will be sorted soon!

if you check your all in one seo general settings you can specify if you want categories images etc indexed.
it looks like support allowed the whole lot.
you can always create a new one and resubmit.
if you add images a tip is to add a description to each one - this is a complete editor and can have links to the article from where it comes from - so you don't jsut have a floating image - you have test underneath - some themes don't allow this , so have a play first.
but i am not a big fan of getting everything indexed.
you can install file manager plugin to get access to your robots.txt and view/edit it, or you acn use alloin one seo editor.
is it a problem? you may find images and tags ranking higher that your articles and people clicking on them will be taken just to the image or a snippet of your article.
phil

Hi Phil,

thanks! I'm so confused what to do. Do you know why these things could have been indexed all of a sudden, overnight?

In my SEO plugin I uploaded an image of what is under no index, (all boxes below this that you can't see, aren't ticked).

Where is says, "SEO types of content," in the plugin - just posts, pages and also Media are ticked, (added image below).

So far, I haven't seen traffic to these indexed image pages, so not sure that's causing an issue.

The file manager plugin sounds useful, if I can use it to edit robot.txt although, I think I'd be worried about messing something up! :/

Thanks!


yeah that seems standard Nat.
what you need to do now is to have a look at your sitemap, go into all in one and enable the sitemap generator (feature manager) - there is a way of viewing your sitemap at the top.
you should see only posts, pages, poss images.
if you see categories, tags and a load of other things then it might be worth creating a new one and resubmitting.
the reason all of these were indexed is that a google bot paid your site a visit and had a look at your sitemap, comparing that to what was on your site and updating its index.


i just had a look at my all in one sitemap and everything was ticked - i unticked all but the pages, posts and media - on the taxonomies it unticked all and recreated my sitemap - much more reasonable now.

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