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WordPress hacks are common and frustrating. There is obviously a vulnerability that is allowing them access. Most likely this is through a plugin. To answer your questions: Have you used anything like Sucuri or your hosting service to scan for affected files? Check to make sure there are no unexpected administrator users - I would do this in the database ...


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It does not make sense to use nofollow on an image tag, particularly in your case. First of all, rel="nofollow" is mostly a waste of time, as far as Pagerank goes: https://www.thesearchreview.com/page-rank-sculpting-does-not-work-15217/ Relevant quote from John Mueller: "...In general, I think it's a waste of time to do that. In practice, ...


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There is a feature that does exactly what you describe, but it all happens on Google's end. It's also, in my experience, most prevalent right now for question/answer based queries. Very often in fact, I'll click the link shown in answer box and it takes me directly to the corresponding section with the answer box text highlighted in yellow. Structured data ...


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I'm not sure there is a way to force a user to jump to a particular part of the content on your page. In fact, Google has answer boxes for its own content and does not do that. For example, search "where is indexing in Google search console", click the link, and it takes you to the top of the top page; however, the answer is past the fold. ...


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Go to Conversions in Google Ads, you'll see a list of existing conversions (if you have any) and a button to add new ones (either saying, "+New Conversion Action" or just a + symbol, depending on if you're viewing the Summary page or the All Conversions page). Clicking that button gives me four choices of type of conversion, the fourth of which is &...


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In this case the title used in the Google search results looks like it is taken directly from the single h2 element on the page (there is no h1). However, the HTML content is all uppercase - but Google is never going to use an all uppercase title in the search results so would appear to have just lowercased the lot. <h2><span class="style42&...


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This is likely not a virus, rather it will be a backdoor on your website. (from the limited information it does look a lot like a root kit which has been designed to hide itself) There is no single guaranteed solution - and if you don't both correctly unhack your website and ensure the backdoor used was closed this - or similar problems - will recur. If ...


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Do nothing. What you're doing is natural, and Google understands why you're doing it. Ultimately, they will serve the page that is most relevant to the searcher. The keywords in the query, a user's search history, or any other relevant data available on a user's local network can help search engines decide what relevant means. The outcome of gathering this ...


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I used the two lists [0] from google to build a list. You don't want their public cloud IPs so it seems you'll need to subtract public cloud IPs from their total IP list. I used the program net-consolidator to do the subtracting. I don't know how good the python program is. This is my first time using it. [0] https://support.google.com/a/answer/10026322 ...


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