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To fix the Mobile-Friendly Test CSS issues you can remove the type="text/css" from the CSS head tags and only keep something like this: <link rel="stylesheet" href="https://www.mywebsite.com/styles.css">. Image errors are more because of this tool is time-specific while Google doesn't have a time limit. Many of the ...


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Neither MediaWiki nor WordPress lend themselves to having an entire site put under git version control. There are several reasons for this: Sites often have large amounts of uploaded binary image files. Git is best at tracking text changes and won't do a good job as a store for images. The text content of these sites is stored in a database. The ...


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.Et domain zone NS block Googlebot The problem is on the side of the .et name servers - they "block" Googlebot. This Google Support thread reports a problem with indexation with all domains in ".et" zone


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When testing with Google Lighthouse, I receive a network error: ` "DevTools failed to load source map: Could not load content for https://page.et/wp-content/plugins/map-block-leaflet/lib/leaflet.markercluster.js.map: HTTP error: status code 404, net::ERR_HTTP_RESPONSE_CODE_FAILURE"` Additionally, under the Lighthouse Issues tab there's the ...


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okay. Let's be technical. It's really good that you've checked the access log for google accessing your robots. That's important. Our first aim would be to force google to index robots. But before we do it, make sure you actually Allow that page in your robots. Just to override any conflicts there. Now see this? https://developers.google.com/search/docs/...


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Stephen has some good explanation of the types of links, but let me add some more information that may help answer your question. Edited response Affect on SEO After reading your article source, I don't think the article you reference has anything to do with your migration. The article is more about should I use absolute or should I use relative URLs? At ...


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If the links work correctly, there is no need to change them. Search engines can deal with relative links that start with a slash, as well as ones that don't. It won't hurt your SEO that your links are different than they used to be. As to why your links work without a slash. There are actually several types of links: Absolute links: The have the full ...


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Stephen's answer is spot on to fix your current situation. But according to Google's guidelines, structured data written in JSON-LD should be placed in the <head> of the document. So at some point, I would recommend adjusting your workflow to use a plugin that allows you to inject JS in the <head> on a per-post basis. I would say "if it ain'...


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WordPress uses the top of a post to generate a snippet for a post. When you put the schema markup at the top of the post, WordPress will include that schema any time that it links to that post along with the first few lines of the post. This means that your schema is going to appear on many pages on your site. For each post that has schema, you should use ...


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For WordPress speed, the difference is minor, wherever you use LiteSpeed or nginx servers, that's not the main factor. For hosting companies I think they prefer LiteSpeed, because it reduces costs, support, adds more security and performance. But for the end user (even more on shared hosting) the speed difference won't be even measurable.


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