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You don't need to do anything to get those URLs removed from Google. Google will automatically remove the old URLs from its index the next time it crawls them. Your old URLs will start to get removed from Google's index within a day, but it may take as much as two months for Googlebot to crawl all 100,000 old URLs. After crawling a 404 status URL, ...


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I'm guessing that your URL change is unrelated to the error. A 500x error usually means a server side processing error, like unable to render the page or there's bug in the server side code on the page (PHP, ASPX, etc). 400x errors typically mean the page doesn't exist. Since Google is showing you a 500 error, are you sure it's because the file doesn't ...


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You don't list the best choice: Individually redirect each page to its new URL. That is really the only good choice for preserving SEO and user experience. Thousands of URLs is a lot, but you have some options. You could manually go through and map all the redirects by hand and add them to your .htaccess file. Doing so would probably only take a couple ...


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Changing the A or ALIAS record of a top-level domain will not change how the subdomains resolve. You can serve whatever files you would like from a subdomain using an A or CNAME on that subdomain, and it will not affect the A or ALIAS record on your top-level domain. Keep in mind that www is a subdomain. 99.9% of the time you will want it to resolve to the ...


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In my experience Google will still index some HTTP URLs months or years after moving to HTTPS. I answered this question and included graphs from my Google Search Console that shows Google indexing HTTP pages months after I moved the site to HTTPS. I no longer have the HTTP property listed in GSC, so I don't know if Google is still indexing a few HTTP ...


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You will need to see if you have FTP access or the like. If you do on both sides, you can just transfer content that way. Otherwise, contact your hosting provider. They'll probably help you out On the redirect, that requires dns record modifications. Usually, it's a cname that points to the new site, put in the old records. If you don't have dns record ...


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Even though if it's more then one lakh products redirect Old URL to New URL based on category or most relevant path you can choose any single method from below sample code for your website #301 Redirects for .htaccess #Redirect a single page: Redirect 301 /pagename.php http://www.example.com/pagename.html #Redirect an entire site: Redirect 301 / http://...


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The first thing to do is allow time for your DNS changes to be updated across the board. Depending on your TTL (time to live) value for your DNS entry it could take anywhere from a few minutes to several days. If the issue is still there then I would check the full page HTML. What appears to be happening is that a stylesheet is not loading correctly, check ...


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If the content is going to be the same as the two older sites maybe consider adding a canonical meta tag to your head section of your code. The 301 redirects should be enough for Google but the canonical tag MAY reduce any duplicate content issues at the same time


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