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Google is showing a short title in the mobile search results taken from the navigation menu rather than using the page title

I haven't looked at any other page. You should really use a few of the many sites out there for testing websites for correctness and completeness. Examples are ahrefs, ionos and nibbler. I have ...
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Google is showing a short title in the mobile search results taken from the navigation menu rather than using the page title

A site: search shows that the individual page is being indexed with the longer title on mobile. What is happening will be down to the fact you are getting the full navigation shown in the SERPs for ...
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SEO: Does redirect using Status 200 provide accurate Signals to Google?

You actually have two redirects in place, only one of which is a "real" redirect: Firstly, the server is sending your request from /canine-chronicles (technically, a file without an ...
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SEO: Does redirect using Status 200 provide accurate Signals to Google?

This is a partial dup of a question I asked - SEO effect of http-equiv="REFRESH" for redirect with an authorative answer from Google at https://developers.google.com/search/docs/crawling-...
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SEO: Does redirect using Status 200 provide accurate Signals to Google?

I have had meta refresh redirects both work and not work. Ultimately you're going to have to test it. I understand your concern though, considering that even the Google documentation plays it safe ...
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Google SERP not being updated despite new title and meta

Your website is accessible over both HTTP and HTTPS, which violates Google's website quality guidelines. At the same time, the pages have different text content. This looks like search engine ...
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Google SERP not being updated despite new title and meta

Their cached copy is the latest, so it is not a crawling or indexing issue. Google do re-write the title and description if they think they can generate a better one elsewhere. Indeed, their ...
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Incorrect name of the sitename coming under Google search

To fix this you should use schema.org markup that states the name of your website. Please have a look at the corresponding documentation provided by Google. I suggest to use only ICSP as name, to ...
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Multiple consecutive hyphens in slug without words between them

URLs are no longer as important to search engines as they once were and search engines certainly have no problem with several consecutive hyphens in URLs, but this representation is not optimal either....
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