Google Search Console lets you view your website through Special Database the eyes of Google. You get information about your website’s performance and details about page experience, security issues, crawling, or indexing. The excluded portion of the Google Search Console Index Coverage report provides information about the index status Special Database of your site’s pages. Find out why certain pages on your site are included in the excluded reports in the Google Search Console - and how to fix them.
What is an Index Coverage report? The Google Search Special Database Console Coverage report displays detailed information about the index status of your web pages. Your web page can fit in one of the following four categories: Error : The page could not be written by Google. You should review this report because Google thinks you might want to mention Special Database these pages. Valid with a warning : Pages indexed by Google, but there are Special Database issues you need to resolve. Valid : Pages indexed by Google. removed : Pages not included in the index. Google Search Console coverage report.
What is a Excluded Page? Google does Special Database not include pages in the Error and Excluded bin. The main differences between the two are: Google thinks that the page in Error should be indexed but cannot because of the error you should be viewing. For example, an unreliable page submitted via an XML map is included in Error. Google thinks that pages in the discarded jar should really be discarded, and that’s your goal. For example, pages that Special Database cannot be indexed that have not been submitted to Google will appear in the excluded report. Pages not included in the GSC