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The screenshots indicate you are looking at the http and non www version of your site. The home page inspection report indicates that the home page for that site (http without www) is redirecting to the https with www version . https://www. and that it is not indexed because of that. That's from the "page with redirect" statement and what Google says it has ...


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Googlebot never makes up URLs. It crawls URLs because it finds links to them. If Google is crawling a URL, it must be linked from somewhere on the web. In this case, one bad link into a page with an extra trailing slash probably caused your site to show additional broken links to Googlebot. By default, web servers and PHP allow any additional path to be ...


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API endpoints are usually not useful to have in Google Search Results, so the best thing to do would be to block them using robots.txt as you suggested. These API endpoints are not supposed to be viewed directly by an end-user, so usability issues like "viewpoint not set" and "text too small to read" are nonsensical. I'm not sure how Google decided to try ...


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I had the same problem with my site where I have a lot of images (as a photographer.) When I had the Search Index Purge plugin installed, I got many errors in GSC and "broken" images when I found them in Google Image search. I wrote to Yoast support but they did not answer. To solve this issue, I had to delete this plugin and install RankMath.


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I've got the same trouble with bot user agents of the test tool. The site at its own is successfully loaded. To debug it i would do the following: Afaik robots.txt is case-sensitive. I don't exactly know, whether case-sensitivy should be maintained on naming of user agents. In case of yes, your robots.txt contains an error: Google defines user agent of ...


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Essentially, your biggest problem is that you have 78 broken links. You need to find and fix those--mostly because people will get stranded looking for your content. Switching to a different platform or reinstalling your site to the existing platform is likely to make this kind of issue worse before it gets better. Find a good analytical spider (I use this ...


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All of your errors look fixable to me. It is a lot of work to switch to a different website framework or content management system. Fixing broken links is relatively easy. None of those errors or warnings are going to prevent Google from indexing or ranking your content. Fixing the issues may improve SEO slightly, but none of the issues are going to ...


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