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Has someone experienced the URL Inspection problem in the Google Search console?

Error:

"URL is not available to Google.
This page cannot be indexed. Page

A lot of them... trying google tags now

Not yet, my friend!

Jeff

I'll let y'all know if/when I see it, but I have not seen it yet.

I got the same problem yesterday when I was trying to index a new URL, I will follow your blog to learn more about what is the problem and how to solve it out.

Thank you, Alejandra; I will keep you updated.

Have you checked today if the issue is still there?

Thank you.

Yes, I just checked it today, and the problem is still there, I checked the sitemap today, but nothing good happened, the same problem is still there :(

Haven added any new post, until I know what is the problem and how to fix it.

I thank you for your help.

Thank you.

I just asked Team Support for their help, and they created a new sitemap for my website for Search Console, I did it and it worked great, then I tried the new URL and also worked great.

They also created a sitemap for my two websites that had the same issue, which is now OK for one site.

For the second website, GSC says, "couldn't fetch --> Sitemap could not be read, General HTTP error," and I will submit a new support ticket.

Thank you.

I will follow to know if you could get the second website problem fixed.

Everything is OK now thanks to site support.

Looks like you are well covered here with some excellent advice, and guidance.

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

-Mike

Hi, Emmanuel

Try clicking on "test url live" and see what it has to say. If there's nothing to fix then click on "request indexing." 😎

Frank 🎸

Frank, I read your message resolving your dilemma yesterday.

However, I would like to know how they came up with a plugin and how it was installed.

It happened to me on a forum I had, and I forgot to add a captcha, and I was bombarded with thousands of spam accounts and ads and now sorted. It was a site that was hosted with SiteGround.

Good job, you've noticed it.

Hi, Abie

Site Support thought a bot came in through a WordPress plugin security vulnerability and installed the rogue WP Sitemap plugin that I found in the list.

That new plugin contained URLs for thousands of casino-related content pointing to my guitar site.

I'll write a WA blog to alert other members.

I'm almost all set, just dealing with the aftermath of GSC errors.

Frank 😎🎸

Good job, Frank!

I have noted these down, appreciate the explanation.

Thanks, Abie.

That ate up a decent chunk of guitar-playing time! 😎

It means that Google has either removed the URL from their index because they could not access it or it’s not in their index because when they first tried to crawl, it was not available.

https://www.reliablesoft.net/fix-errors-google-search-console/

Thank you, but I don't think it is a problem because GSC says the whole site is affected, meaning I can't anymore submit a URL for inspection and indexing request.

Try submitting a sitemap and see what happens.

Yes, thank you.

No problem.

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Google search console issue ?

Google search console issue ?

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Has someone experienced the URL Inspection problem in the Google Search console?

Error:

"URL is not available to Google.
This page cannot be indexed. Page

A lot of them... trying google tags now

Not yet, my friend!

Jeff

I'll let y'all know if/when I see it, but I have not seen it yet.

I got the same problem yesterday when I was trying to index a new URL, I will follow your blog to learn more about what is the problem and how to solve it out.

Thank you, Alejandra; I will keep you updated.

Have you checked today if the issue is still there?

Thank you.

Yes, I just checked it today, and the problem is still there, I checked the sitemap today, but nothing good happened, the same problem is still there :(

Haven added any new post, until I know what is the problem and how to fix it.

I thank you for your help.

Thank you.

I just asked Team Support for their help, and they created a new sitemap for my website for Search Console, I did it and it worked great, then I tried the new URL and also worked great.

They also created a sitemap for my two websites that had the same issue, which is now OK for one site.

For the second website, GSC says, "couldn't fetch --> Sitemap could not be read, General HTTP error," and I will submit a new support ticket.

Thank you.

I will follow to know if you could get the second website problem fixed.

Everything is OK now thanks to site support.

Looks like you are well covered here with some excellent advice, and guidance.

Please let us know if you still have any questions.

-Mike

Hi, Emmanuel

Try clicking on "test url live" and see what it has to say. If there's nothing to fix then click on "request indexing." 😎

Frank 🎸

Frank, I read your message resolving your dilemma yesterday.

However, I would like to know how they came up with a plugin and how it was installed.

It happened to me on a forum I had, and I forgot to add a captcha, and I was bombarded with thousands of spam accounts and ads and now sorted. It was a site that was hosted with SiteGround.

Good job, you've noticed it.

Hi, Abie

Site Support thought a bot came in through a WordPress plugin security vulnerability and installed the rogue WP Sitemap plugin that I found in the list.

That new plugin contained URLs for thousands of casino-related content pointing to my guitar site.

I'll write a WA blog to alert other members.

I'm almost all set, just dealing with the aftermath of GSC errors.

Frank 😎🎸

Good job, Frank!

I have noted these down, appreciate the explanation.

Thanks, Abie.

That ate up a decent chunk of guitar-playing time! 😎

It means that Google has either removed the URL from their index because they could not access it or it’s not in their index because when they first tried to crawl, it was not available.

https://www.reliablesoft.net/fix-errors-google-search-console/

Thank you, but I don't think it is a problem because GSC says the whole site is affected, meaning I can't anymore submit a URL for inspection and indexing request.

Try submitting a sitemap and see what happens.

Yes, thank you.

No problem.

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Hello friends,

Can someone kindly suggest me a good plugin for the product review?

It seems that the WP product review lite plugin is no longer available.
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Gutenberg Blocks and Template Library by Otter

The new plugin contains a collection of blocks, one of which is a product review block.

Ultimate blocks
https://wordpress.org/plugins/ultimate-blocks/

https://kinsta.com/blog/best-wordpress-review-plugins/

Thank you, Abie; I appreciate it.

I agree!

-Mike

Personally, I avoid those types of plugins. They're so generic, and your reviews look like everyone else's, lol.
What I do is create a template for my articles, and fill in the necessary information.
It may take a little longer, but it looks so much nicer.
Just my two-bits! lol
Cheers

Thank you, it is a good idea.

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He help me to find a good product review plugin?

He help me to find a good product review plugin?

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Hello friends,

Can someone kindly suggest me a good plugin for the product review?

It seems that the WP product review lite plugin is no longer available.
<

Gutenberg Blocks and Template Library by Otter

The new plugin contains a collection of blocks, one of which is a product review block.

Ultimate blocks
https://wordpress.org/plugins/ultimate-blocks/

https://kinsta.com/blog/best-wordpress-review-plugins/

Thank you, Abie; I appreciate it.

I agree!

-Mike

Personally, I avoid those types of plugins. They're so generic, and your reviews look like everyone else's, lol.
What I do is create a template for my articles, and fill in the necessary information.
It may take a little longer, but it looks so much nicer.
Just my two-bits! lol
Cheers

Thank you, it is a good idea.

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" I noticed that your website is not ADA Compliant!!

Unless You Make your website compliant IMMEDIATELY, You Could Be Sued (Even Extorted). For Thousands of Dollars Ver

Just another scam.

It's a scam. Delete the message and also block that email address.

as the others probably have said - they are looking for business...
but on a serious note this is becoming a business for some on the other side - the people who go around looking for easy targets to sue...
so just make sure that you comply with certain conditions- like contrast and size of text and alt text ...

Hey Emmanuel,

You may find the following video helpful: Hope this helps you.

It has the sound of an internet scam.

I would delete it, Emmanuel!


Jeff

It's spam!

-Mike

I would treat as spam and just delete.

Ignore it and put that IP address in your blacklist window in WordPress (settings -> discussion).

I thought it was a spam, but their website seems to be legit:
https://adacompliancehelper.com/

You don't have to make your site ADA (American Disabilities Act) compliant if you don't want to. They are just trying to make money off you.

Filling in the Alt Text fields in images will make them reader compliant for the blind, which you should be doing as part of good SEO.

Frank

Thank you.

You’re Welcome. 😎

You can activate an ADA plugin that I have on my site. It's called WP Accessibility. Just add the plug-in. It would be best if you add it, it will stop getting these spam emails. Also, get the anti-spam Bee plug-in. I got no more spam emails since I activated the plugins.

Thank you very much. Do I have to customize the plugin or just install and activate it?

No, all you need to do is activate it, and it will automatically show on your site. You will have a blue symbol icon for a disability that is ADA compliant.

Thank you very much, and many blessings.

Sure, you are welcome.

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Can someone tell me how to deal with this message please?

Can someone tell me how to deal with this message please?

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" I noticed that your website is not ADA Compliant!!

Unless You Make your website compliant IMMEDIATELY, You Could Be Sued (Even Extorted). For Thousands of Dollars Ver

Just another scam.

It's a scam. Delete the message and also block that email address.

as the others probably have said - they are looking for business...
but on a serious note this is becoming a business for some on the other side - the people who go around looking for easy targets to sue...
so just make sure that you comply with certain conditions- like contrast and size of text and alt text ...

Hey Emmanuel,

You may find the following video helpful: Hope this helps you.

It has the sound of an internet scam.

I would delete it, Emmanuel!


Jeff

It's spam!

-Mike

I would treat as spam and just delete.

Ignore it and put that IP address in your blacklist window in WordPress (settings -> discussion).

I thought it was a spam, but their website seems to be legit:
https://adacompliancehelper.com/

You don't have to make your site ADA (American Disabilities Act) compliant if you don't want to. They are just trying to make money off you.

Filling in the Alt Text fields in images will make them reader compliant for the blind, which you should be doing as part of good SEO.

Frank

Thank you.

You’re Welcome. 😎

You can activate an ADA plugin that I have on my site. It's called WP Accessibility. Just add the plug-in. It would be best if you add it, it will stop getting these spam emails. Also, get the anti-spam Bee plug-in. I got no more spam emails since I activated the plugins.

Thank you very much. Do I have to customize the plugin or just install and activate it?

No, all you need to do is activate it, and it will automatically show on your site. You will have a blue symbol icon for a disability that is ADA compliant.

Thank you very much, and many blessings.

Sure, you are welcome.

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Hello,

I need to block people from some countries (China, India, etc.) from accessing my websites and would like to know the recommended plugin to do that.

I appr

Here s a WP Block country Plugin
iQ Block Country

Thank you. I am going to look into it.