lucy24 - 8:41 pm on Jul 19, 2013 (gmt 0)
If you've checked your own site and verified that you have no links to the nonexistent pages, you've done enough. Sometimes google will simply invent something out of its own fevered imagination, and all you can do is click "Fixed" and wait for the issue to disappear.
I think some servers may ignore superfluous slashes at the end of the domain name. I once found a human visitor in logs whose entire visit-- page plus all supporting files-- came through as www.example.com//et cetera. (Directory-specific images, so it was all done with relative links.) It was a one-off, but it played havoc with log-wrangling so it's the kind of thing I remember.
it could have returned soft 404 if we had link to it, but it says the URL exists and there is a URL from it to a 404 page.
I do not understand this sentence.