Google Search Console Warnings

Paulie

New Member
#1
yesterday i received an email from "Google Search Console" with a list of warnings. Has anybody dealt with this? anybody know how to fix it? searched, cannot find any info. thanks!

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Direct Webstore

Well-Known Member
#4
What pages are they for? Davinci 2 is still a bit buggy.

Impossible to say without knowing what pages they are and actually examining them.

Maybe someone from support will come by and ask you for admin access to have a look ... or you could write to them at support@alidropship.com
 
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Direct Webstore

Well-Known Member
#6
Have you filled all the fields when editing them? Again .. it's hard to say without actually seeing them in the back end. Give support admin access so they can have a look.

Hardly a month goes by without Google bitching about something or another. I once spent a whole week tweaking things to make them happy about mobile friendly issues ... lol

:)
 

Direct Webstore

Well-Known Member
#8
Like I said ... Davinci 2 is still buggy. It's the theme causing these errors. You can either put up with it until D2 is 100% good ... or use another theme.

:)
 
#10
Have you filled all the fields when editing them? Again .. it's hard to say without actually seeing them in the back end. Give support admin access so they can have a look.

Hardly a month goes by without Google bitching about something or another. I once spent a whole week tweaking things to make them happy about mobile friendly issues ... lol

:)
Which fields are you referring to?
 
#13
similar issue with dali theme, thinking to go back to divinci. it my might help there.
I strongly believe that it is not about the themes. I am using woocommerce plugin with a themeforest theme and still getting exactly similar errors. So, switching the themes will not help.
 
#14
I strongly believe that it is not about the themes. I am using woocommerce plugin with a themeforest theme and still getting exactly similar errors. So, switching the themes will not help.
Well, I am not sure maybe. The google has changed their google search console version maybe because of it. As I check it is a warning, not an error and they mentioned as optional, not mandatory, it might affect the ranking?
 
#15
Well, I am not sure maybe. The google has changed their google search console version maybe because of it. As I check it is a warning, not an error and they mentioned as optional, not mandatory, it might affect the ranking?
I think it will surely affect the rankings because other site owners may resolve these issues and google will give them priority. I think error is the wrong word which I used, but these warnings are not worth ignoring if someone is trying to get some traffic from google. But, if google is not the priority, then this should not be a concern (IMO).
 
#16
I think it will surely affect the rankings because other site owners may resolve these issues and google will give them priority. I think error is the wrong word which I used, but these warnings are not worth ignoring if someone is trying to get some traffic from google. But, if google is not the priority, then this should not be a concern (IMO).
I am waiting for Alidropship Genius people to find the solution for us. They are always helpful to find solutions and growing our small businesses.

regards,
 

Direct Webstore

Well-Known Member
#19
it's got to do with adding markup data to the product pages so google can tell if your images are linked to actual products when serving them to image search.
That's interesting. Images hosted on Aliexpress? Or locally?

If Aliexpress, you can block the bot's access to them via robots.txt

User-agent: *
Disallow: /https://ae01.alicdn.com/*.jpg$
User-agent: *
Disallow: /https://ae01.alicdn.com/*.jpeg$
User-agent: *
Disallow: /https://ae01.alicdn.com/*.png$
User-agent: *
Disallow: /https://ae01.alicdn.com/*.gif$

I have this in my robots.txt anyway and I recommend everyone do it, regardless of the above problem. The only product images I host locally are the featured images which ARE connected to a product. So they are the only ones crawled and indexed by Google. One image per product is enough for Image Search.

I wonder if this may solve the above problem. Not sure....

One thing I DO know ... I don't have that particular problem above.
 
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#20
That's interesting. Images hosted on Aliexpress? Or locally?

If Aliexpress, you can block the bot's access to them via robots.txt

User-agent: *
Disallow: /https://ae01.alicdn.com/*.jpg$
User-agent: *
Disallow: /https://ae01.alicdn.com/*.jpeg$
User-agent: *
Disallow: /https://ae01.alicdn.com/*.png$
User-agent: *
Disallow: /https://ae01.alicdn.com/*.gif$

I have this in my robots.txt anyway and I recommend everyone do it, regardless of the above problem. The only product images I host locally are the featured images which ARE connected to a product. So they are the only ones crawled and indexed by Google. One image per product is enough for Image Search.

I wonder if this may solve the above problem. Not sure....

One thing I DO know ... I don't have that particular problem above.
That makes a lot of sense, I'll give it a try...
 
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