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The Googlebot doesn't add query string to the end of pages it indexes. There is one of two options here, either the Google SERP has a glitch on a few web servers which is adding that query string to the end of the URL (unlikely) or two two the links on your page are being either rendered in a malformed way by Code Igniter or being altered at run time by ...


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404 errors occur all the time and there is no need to be concerned. The only time that you really need to do anything is if the 404 error is for a page that is meant to be there in which case you need to find where it went, but for random pages like that which have never existed there is no need to worry you can safely ignore it, it won't affect your server ...


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Google is saying, "Hey, it used to be there but it isn't anymore so you obviously need to fix this!" And when you mark it as "fixed", they check again and it's still not there so they say, "Hey, it used to be there but it isn't anymore so you obviously need to fix this!" The only way to really fix it is to respond to it with a 301 or 302 and redirect to a ...



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