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Google released a new meta tag: <meta name="googlebot" content="noindex,indexifembedded" />, this year. It allows to index content inside iFrame. I'm trying to use it on our website and it seems to index some of the content from iFrame.

The issue is that iFrame that I use, has subpages, and I want these subpages to be indexed as well. So my question is: is it possible?

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  • What exactly do you mean by subpages? Do you mean nested iframes, or do you mean hyperlinks for the crawler to follow within the iframe? Jul 14 at 2:08
  • Iframe has some subpages inside. So the page that we embedded. Inside there is, let's call it "main page" and some products that, when you click on some, you get to that specific product. Now I can see that the "mainpage" is indexed... that's a progress, but still no indexing of subpages/specific products
    – PoloMonola
    Jul 14 at 9:01
  • When you click on the product pages, it changes the URL, right? Jul 14 at 10:10
  • Yeah, when I go on some specific product it has a different URL
    – PoloMonola
    Jul 18 at 8:23

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