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How to fix crawl errors How to fix crawl errors amythepoet
Ok, I now have 10 crawl errors, when I resubmitted my latest sitemap. Each crawl error returns a 404, file not found These are old urls, I changed them with a redirect 301 command to a valid url and then I resubmitted the new and improved sitemap Is that aok?
It sounds OK. Verify it is OK by using the Live HTTP Headers for Firefox extension. amythepoet
what is Live HTTP Headers for Firefox extension? I am on a Mac goodroi
It lets you check out the page header information which is not normally shown to the public. This way you can see if a 200 status code is being delivered or if a 301 redirect to a 404 error code is being returned. You can also use this webpage to see the headers that are returned for your webpage: [ ...] rexswain.com amythepoet
i fixed all 27 of them, I'm g etting good at this, thank you, Ill keep readin' amythepoet
Thank you for the web to see the headers, now I have a problem here let's see that one of my headers looks like this: <li><a·title="Widget Contraptions"·href="widgetcontrap.html">Wedding·(LF) (HT,HT,HT,HT)contrapations</a></li>(LF) My question is, should not the "a title" be the same as href="widgetcontraptions"? thank you goodroi
The href is the url you are going to, the title is for usability/seo purposes. Most people don't even bother to include the title and just use the anchor text by itself. amythepoet
ok then I'm good to go, thanks