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it's a typical Javascript / Seo problem. It can happen with all JS framework. To make your website comptaible with Google (and benefits of the Seo part) you might use the SSR methos. Server Side Rendering. Once Done google will be able to crawl your website like a typical html website.


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I have 2 options for you 1st one : Did you try to temporary setup the dns subdomain name to an other webserver, apply the configuration you need (meta no index in the header or x robots tag) Setup a sitemap.xml in the search console with all the url you'd like to remove Wait for removal in google Then go back with the dns to you old setup with the password ...


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A GoogleBot scanned those links, it wasn't necessarily the same one used for spidering websites. Click-time link protections in third-party email clients Because links to malicious websites can be sent in emails, Google adds link protection for all official Gmail clients (web, Android, and iPhone & iPad). Some of these protections are now available for ...


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Search engine bots that execute JavaScript don't click, scroll the page, move the mouse, or simulate any any type of user interaction with the page. They only execute JavaScript that is runs on page load. If the JavaScript doesn't run within the first few seconds of the page loading or if it requires user interaction, search engine bots will never ...


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The priority setting has no influence on what the Google Crawler will crawl at the end. If one webpage has a low number of pages Google will crawl them all. Or do you have any specific settings in the robots.txt? If you upload a Sitemap in the robots which consists of one page other pages will not be regarded.


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As discussed in the comments, you should disallow your entire site search results. However, there may be other pages for which you want to have search bots ignore some parameters. There are two ways to get crawlers to ignore specific URL parameters: Robots.txt wildcards Google and many other search engines support wild cards (*) in robots.txt rules. You ...


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It's recommended best practice to disallow indexing of Site Search Pages. Note that while this can be done in robots.txt, using: User-agent: * Disallow: /search/ where /search/ is the folder containing the Site Search. Yoast recommends using meta robots instead: <meta name="robots" content="noindex, follow"> See: [...] blocking ...


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