Last post Nov 29, 2017 10:06 AM by shushsmith
Nov 10, 2017 10:43 PM|peter_zarzour|LINK
I do a website for a restaurant
google has add sitelinks for example :
I cannot change google sitelink so I want to reproduce this url
I managed to be able to use -
and I managed to replace .aspx by nothing
but I am not able to finish my url with a slash
I found thing on using / in url but it is explained in a way that I don't understand so if someone can teach me how to be able to use / in a url with asp.net I would be very very very glad...
Nov 13, 2017 07:53 AM|Deepak Panchal|LINK
you did not post any code how did you replace the .aspx with empty space.
did you try to use "/" instead of empty space?
from where you got this URL and what is the purpose to reproduce the URL?
try to provide a detailed information with code.
we will try to make a test with it and try to provide you a suggestion to solve the issue.
Nov 14, 2017 02:30 PM|peter_zarzour|LINK
thanks for your answer
I asked google to delete those 2 pages from cache and they did it within 12 hours...
I am not used with this kind of service from google so i tought like the way they where acting before that this way would take much longer
so everything is fine now.
to your questions ;
I don't think i need to post the code the way I skipped .aspx this was not my question
I tried to use / instead of empty space but visual studio won't take it because the name of a page is done in visual studio and it doesn't accept / in names
Has I said in my post I got this url from google sitelinks and the purpose is obvious when you know sitelinks... it is google who put those links to provide easier way to there google search customers but now those pages werent't existing anymore we changed
thanks again for your answer : )
Nov 15, 2017 08:57 AM|Deepak Panchal|LINK
I can see that your issue is solved now.
but you did not mark the answer.
as a result , this thread is still open and will remain open until you mark the answer.
I suggest you to mark your own last post as an answer.
it will help us to close this thread and it will help other community members in future, who will have same kind of issue.
Thanks for your understanding.
Nov 15, 2017 02:34 PM|peter_zarzour|LINK
No problem!! :)
Nov 29, 2017 10:06 AM|shushsmith|LINK
It is google who decides which sitelinks are relevant and needs to be visible to users looking at the website in search. It is based on webpage traffic and some other factors. Once you change the url there are changes that google might remove the webpage
and index something else on its place.