Not Solved Google SEO creating wrong links
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Hi

I'm using mybb 1.6.2 and Google SEO (1.1.13)

My Google SEO is creating a sitemap with links that are not found.

site map links:

http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/To...ernet--349

The "--349" at the end seems to break the link, as the following link works fine:

http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/To...a-internet
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#2
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check Forum URL scheme in Google SEO plugin settings
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#3
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Forum URL scheme:
Forum-{url}

Thread URL scheme:
Topico-{url}

By the way, the problem is in the threads. The links in mybb works fine, the problem is the sitemap:
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/mi...emap=index
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#4
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Do those threads actually NOT exist, i.e. not even visible for admin? Then you have an inconsistent database, funny entries in your mybb_threads table. The threads exist (or at least have entries in the threads table), otherwise the sitemap couldn't display them and no URLs could be made for them either.
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(2011-08-21, 10:21 PM)frostschutz Wrote: Do those threads actually NOT exist, i.e. not even visible for admin? Then you have an inconsistent database, funny entries in your mybb_threads table. The threads exist (or at least have entries in the threads table), otherwise the sitemap couldn't display them and no URLs could be made for them either.


They do exists, as I said above. It just can't find them when they have the id at the end of the url...

On "Google SEO URL" I have:

URL uniquifier: {url}{separator}{separator}{id}

URL uniquifier enforcer: No

Seems the site map plugin is using this unifier to create the sitemap
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#6
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You misunderstand me.

What I was asking you is whether the threads (the links that don't work for me as guest) actually exist or not; as visible separate threads for admins or whatever.

Take this thread:

http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/To...a-internet

That's thread with the thread id tid 348

http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/To...ernet--349 is a different thread which apparently has the same subject, but thread id tid 349.

Short:

http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/sh...hp?tid=348

http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/sh...hp?tid=349

Two different threads, one works, the other doesn't. Either way they're two separate threads. See if your mybb_threads table has entries for tid 348 and 349. Then find out what's wrong with thread 349.


Google SEO doesn't invent threads nor URLs. If the threads whose links don't work don't even exist, then there's something else wrong with your board. Google SEO, in particular the sitemap, merely represents what's in your database; if there are bad entries in the database don't blame the plugin for it.
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#7
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Hummm, I investigated this special case, and seems that it is a duplicated, probably caused by the import from phpBB. Those are 39 cases aparently, but I don't think this is what is causing the sitemap to generate the url with the ID.

What is actually generating a lot of errors are private links on the site, for example:
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/ne...=27555,404 (Not found),5 pages,14/08/2011
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/ty...d=2447,404 (Not found),1 pages,14/08/2011
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/ca...r=1935,404 (Not found),1 pages,14/08/2011
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/ra...c5556d,404 (Not found),4 pages,14/08/2011
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/se...d=2222,404 (Not found),3 pages,14/08/2011
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/pr...d=2443,404 (Not found),1 pages,13/08/2011
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/se...d=1484,404 (Not found),1 pages,13/08/2011

Some print threads fail on google too, although I can reach them on the browser:
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/pr...hp?tid=610

Other errors by the crawling seems to be on threads that have brazilian especial character on it:

http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/Fo...ários,404 (Not found),3 pages,12/08/2011

But the sitemap seems to have encoded that correctly:
http://forum.antinovaordemmundial.com/Fo...%C3%A1rios

Is it an error of google crawler?

That said, I believe I am missing some configuration on that robot.txt to disallow searches, repliy button and other internal navegation links to be followed by google crawler. How can I do that?
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