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Postby CheeRees » Fri Dec 28, 2007 11:17 am

Hello, I have phpbb-seo MOD, but my links in google are
....../postxxxx.html
NO
...../helloxxxx.html

In the forum are good links, but in google no. :shock:
How I change it?

Thanks...sorry for my english :D
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Postby TomaS » Fri Dec 28, 2007 11:28 am

hi Cheerees
you will have to wait for some result.COme here again after week and then look on your site index.I had similar trouble but aftr time it was good, just wait
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Postby dcz » Fri Dec 28, 2007 4:29 pm

That's for sure because you did not implement the robots.txt as advised in the release thread and the install file.

Now, the better to do would be to install the zero duplicate and to set the post redirection option at least to "guest".
A month or so after you started the redirecting, upload the robots.txt with the proper paths. Not right now, because we first want bots to be redirected to the topic urls before we ask them to drop all the postxx.html urls.

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Postby CheeRees » Fri Dec 28, 2007 6:42 pm

Ok, but 25. december was links at google good and today is bad :?

Thanks....I try it
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Postby CheeRees » Sat Dec 29, 2007 12:12 pm

PLS in search.php


#-----[ FIND ]------------------------------------------
$author = empty($author) ? $author_name : $author;

In my search.php a I dont find it :shock: I have a phpbb RC7

What now?
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Postby TomaS » Sat Dec 29, 2007 12:14 pm

this mod is for gold version you have to update anyway.But if you want only RC7 you will find it in changelog in contrib i think
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Postby dcz » Sat Dec 29, 2007 12:18 pm

Update to gold first !

It may even be time to think about our premod.

This topic would help just in case ;)

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Postby kamil » Sun Jan 27, 2008 8:54 am

dcz wrote:That's for sure because you did not implement the robots.txt as advised in the release thread and the install file.

Now, the better to do would be to install the zero duplicate and to set the post redirection option at least to "guest".
A month or so after you started the redirecting, upload the robots.txt with the proper paths. Not right now, because we first want bots to be redirected to the topic urls before we ask them to drop all the postxx.html urls.

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I am having same problems... Google isn't indexing any of my forums content. :/ When you say
install the zero duplicate
... do you mean install it as well as advanced mod rewrite, or instead of advanced mod rewrite??? thanks
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Postby dcz » Sun Jan 27, 2008 10:08 am

You need both in pretty much all case. The zero duplicate is not embed into the mod rewrite because we want to make sure user properly install the mod rewrite before they proceed with the zero duplicate.
Would be a nightmare for support if user would install both and try the zero duplicate before the mod rewrite is up and running.

But :

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Your forum is to new to rank well, what you need before all is content ;)
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Postby kamil » Sun Jan 27, 2008 12:33 pm

True, I know there is little content there yet, but... For the blog on the same subdomain I have just (minutes ago) added a post, then resubmitted a sitemap to Google, now googling for:
Code: Select all
matlab-djpegxx-bug site:linux.dsplabs.com.au


shows that the new post has been indexed by Google... but this is not the case with the phpBB forums posts... :( for example this post has been there for almost a week. It is in the sitemap. Robots allows it as per Google Webmaster Tools. But yet it is not indexed:

Code: Select all
Getting-Matlab site:linux.dsplabs.com.au


Produces no results :/

Anyhow, I have successfully installed both no duplicate and zero duplicate mods. I am very impressed with the redirects. Thanks again!
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Postby dcz » Fri Feb 01, 2008 10:03 am

Well two things.

First, it's normal to see deeper content indexed a bit slower at first, then, the post you mention is now indexed.

http://www.google.fr/search?q=site%3Ali ... Fforums%2F gives 18 index pages, which must already be pretty close to full crawl for your forum.

Additonally, you should implement the suggested robots.txt for the mod rewrite, because you do not disallow or redirect post urls, and these are duplicates of topic urls. and this could cause trouble for indexing and ranking once you'll have more topics.

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Postby kamil » Sat Feb 02, 2008 4:14 am

dcz wrote:First, it's normal to see deeper content indexed a bit slower at first

I did not realize just how much slower the deeper content gets indexed! The Virtual Root setting could possibly speed things up. Unfortunately, I cannot use this setting because phpBB SEO redirects would clash with my WordPress redirects.

dcz wrote:Additonally, you should implement the suggested robots.txt for the mod rewrite, because you do not disallow or redirect post urls, and these are duplicates of topic urls. and this could cause trouble for indexing and ranking once you'll have more topics.

The currently indexed results (with postxx.html urls) must have been crawled prior robots.txt change and prior to the installation of advanced mod rewrite, no duplictate and zero duplictate phpBB SEO mods. Those urls will hopefully fade out over the next few weeks.

As so many other phpBB SEO Forum members I am eagerly awaiting your upcoming RSS and Sitemap mods for phpBB3 :D Keep up the great work! cheers
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Postby dcz » Wed Feb 06, 2008 6:09 pm

Yes, deeper content can take a little longer to get crawled, but in your case, I believe that pretty much all your forum pages are already cached, so it's not really an issue.

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