I try to Use the option “Fetch as Google” for two pages of my side
with no error: “http://fotologbuch.de/fotokurse-workshops-berlin/fotokurs-berlin-nachtfotografie/”
with errors: “http://fotologbuch.de/fotokurse-workshops-berlin/2stunden-fotokurs-einzelkurs/”
here the messages:
– Googlebot could not access all resources for this page. Here is a list (not all errors):
http://fotologbuch.de/wp-includes/css/jquery-ui-dialog.min.css?ver=4.6.1 (Stylesheet – Temporarily Unavailable)
http://fotologbuch.de/wp-content/themes/DynamiX/stylesheets/responsive.css (Stylesheet – Temporarily Unavailable)
http://fotologbuch.de/wp-includes/js/wp-emoji-release.min.js?ver=4.6.1 (Skript – Temporarily Unavailable)
http://fotologbuch.de/wp-content/plugins/js_composer/assets/lib/waypoints/waypoints.min.js?ver=4.11.2(Skript – Temporarily Unavailable)
What can we do do prevent such errors?
Best regards Frank Weber from Germany (sorry for the english)
Can you send over your site’s URL and login credentials so we can check? Also, can you elaborate further on your issue?
We ran the fetch from our end and did not see the issue. Anyway, you do not need to worry about the Fetch report since that tool is a rough test of a page’s crawlability and, any errors that it reports are not necessarily important or guaranteed to occur during an actual crawl attempt.
Since the fetch report included files from your WP core files, it is possible that there was just a minor issue with your server that caused it.
The best that you can check moving forward is the Crawl Status Report.
I can’t remove. He told me:
email@example.com wurde anhand folgender Methoden als Inhaber bestätigt:
<meta name=”google-site-verification” content=”KGaJBgBkGxCiJUJsIQR3CC1Vfn27yZH1URC2QLuMWag” />
I think this must be removed by You.
Have many Thanks Frank.
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