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By noindex I assume you mean the meta robots element, and likely robots.txt, too. Since you're using Apache you should try this directive: <IfModule mod_headers.c> Header set X-Robots-Tag "noindex, nofollow, noarchive" <FilesMatch "\.(doc|pdf|png|jpe?g|gif)$"> Header set X-Robots-Tag "noindex, noarchive, nosnippet" </FilesMatch> ...
Google offers a fetch as Googlebot option as part of Google Webmaster Tools. Use that tool to fetch your pages from Google's servers. That will show you if it is a problem with connectivity from Google or with the Googlebot user agent as opposed to downtime of your website when nobody can reach it periodically.
LazyOne says (pasted from a comment which the original poster indicated solved the problem): As far as I remember the server name (domain name) used when Magento was installed is used when building/requesting URLs. You do not see it when accessing .html file as it is static file, but you see it when accessing Magento-powered PHP file. Check the Magento ...
Here is a forum post about this from the Magento forums: User Lenster provides code for app/design/frontend/[theme]/default/template/catalog/price.phtml that shows the first price from the set of group items as the starting price. <?php else: /* if (!$_product->isGrouped()): */ ?> <?php ?> <?php if ...
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