Google Search Console Site Crawling Indexing Sitemaps Edu Ppt
These slides contain information about crawling, indexing, and accessibility factors significance in Google Search Console. Further, the PPT deck covers details of reading and submitting the sitemap report in webmaster.
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This slide covers details about crawling, indexing, accessibility and why these factors are important in google search console.
This slide covers details on how to read the sitemap report. This template also depicts that sitemap report only displays sitemaps that were generated using this report or the API. It does not display any sitemaps identified via a robots.txt reference.
- If we use a web hosting provider like Squarespace or Wix, they may build a sitemap for us, in which case we do not need sitemaps or this report. Look up sitemaps on the hosting provider's website
- We do not require sitemaps or this report if we have a small site (fewer than 100 pages) and can visit any page on your site by following one or more links from your homepage. In such an instance, request indexing of the homepage (unless, as previously said, you use a web hosting provider, in which case you do not need to do anything at all)
The following information is shown for each sitemap:
- Sitemap URL: The location of the sitemap should be relative to the property root
- Type: The type of sitemap:
- Sitemap: Sitemap in XML or text format
- Sitemap index: A sitemap of sitemaps
- RSS: Sitemap in RSS feed format
- Atom: Sitemap in Atom feed format
- Unknown: The submitted file does not match a specified sitemap type, or the sitemap has not yet been processed
- Submitted: The submitted file does not match a specified sitemap type, or the sitemap has not yet been processed
- Last read: The last time the sitemap was processed by Google
- Success: The sitemap was uploaded and processed without incident. Crawling will be queued for all URLs
- Has errors: The sitemap may be processed but contains errors; any URLs that can parse will be queued for crawling. To view the list of errors, click the sitemap in the table
- Couldn't fetch: For some reason, the sitemap could not be retrieved
- Discovered URLs: If this is a sitemap index, the value represents the total number of URLs in all child sitemaps. Duplicate URLs are only counted once
This slide covers prerequisites and steps for how to submit sitemaps in webmaster.
The report can display up to 1,000 uploaded sitemaps. The user may input more, but only 1,000 will be displayed in the console.
Resubmit a sitemap
Even if the user has modified their sitemap, they do not need to resubmit it on the console. Any modifications will be seen by Google the next time it crawls the site.
To delete a sitemap:
- In the table on the main Sitemaps report, find and click the sitemap that the user wishes to delete
- In the details page for the sitemap, click the more options button
- Click Remove sitemap
- To prevent Google from visiting the sitemap, either use a robots.txt rule to block Google from reading it or delete the sitemap file from the site
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