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  1. Thanks, the latest update seems to stop the 410s from appearing in the 404 monitor BUT they still return a 404 page to the viewer. (although I think the server header is 410need to do a bit more testing

    For example

    here is a 410 redirected via .htaccess https://tamingthesaxophone.com/test-videos

    And the site shows a 410 in the browser

     

    This is a 410 redirect via Rankmath: https://tamingthesaxophone.com/paperface

    The site shows a 404 in the browser, but check the server header is actually a 410

    See:

    http://tools.seobook.com/server-header-checker/?url=https%3A%2F%2Ftamingthesaxophone.com%2Fpaperface&useragent=8&protocol=11

     


  2. Many thanks for considering this and for the link to that tool.

     

    However I don't think it quite does what I mean, for example my site has about 300 pages. I can't remember which ones have rel=canonical edited so I would like to just see which pages on the site have the edited links.

     

    It would be exactly like your redirect list, ie a list of all edited canonicals on the site.

     

     


  3. Is it possible to do this with Rank math. If so I can't find it.

    I have recently switched from Yoast, and had this option activated, so there are backlinks and that now get a 404

    For example say I have a category called instruments, the default URL is

    https//example.com/category/instruments

    But due to the previous Yoast stripping of /category/ I am getting errors from backlinks and crawlers that are looking for this category archive without the /category/

    https//example.com/instruments

      Thanks!


  4. 17 hours ago, Montgomerie said:

    Once you complete the above steps, please let us know. Looking forward to helping you. Thank you.

    I have done that test.

     

    With all plugins disabled in Health Check (except rank math)  and theme disabled, the issue still happens. 

     

    EDIT: PS: thanks for introducing me to the Health Check plugin, that looks very useful


  5. On 2/15/2019 at 6:55 AM, pret_expert said:

    Sorry. I could not find sensitive section....

    I should hope not, it contains my confidential data!

     

    On 2/15/2019 at 2:53 AM, Montgomerie said:

    Can you please add the FTP login details in the sensitive section so we can check for the detailed error message?

    It's OK, I found the debug log and have added that

    NB: I have since discovered some code that ClassicPress provided that seems like it will fix this:

    See here:

    https://forums.classicpress.net/t/is-yoast-toast/685/54?u=voodoochill

    Adding the code to functions.php does not work (just causes blank website) but adding it to 

    temp-useragent-fix.php

    does work

     

    EDIT: found out it does also work in functions.php also

    However this does leave the question, should this be something that ClassicPress addresses or that Randkmath addresses?

     


  6. No it isn't  the Classic Editor plugin, it is the Wordpress fork, ClassicPress (which I had been told that you support)

    See:

    https://www.classicpress.net

    Many people who are not happy with WP 5 and Gutenberg are switching to CP, and there is a lot of discussion on their forums about plugins that will support it.

    See:

    https://forums.classicpress.net/t/is-yoast-toast/685/52

    I have now switched back to CP so hopefully you can see the issue.

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