Our News sitemap and google news publisher setup is correct, however we were seeing the following errors.
removed 970x415 from calling on tablet because it never rendered properly.
Googlebot for smartphones identified a significant increase in the number of URLs on that return a 404 (not found) error. If these pages exist on your desktop site, showing an error for mobile users can be a bad user experience. This misconfiguration can also prevent Google from showing the correct page in mobile…
This is to support our AU partner, so they can stop using our APIs directly. We’d like to provide them with a RSS feed where we include the raw block-node JSON in as the cdata instead of html.
Magma puts a robots-noindex meta tag on story type pages with less than 5 posts for SEO reasons. The post count is just the number of posts in the stream response. That can be off significantly, especially for sectioned streams, because a section has 3 posts only for each section. If there are 2 sections, one with 1…
An issue with all autoplay when in-view ads reloading whenever scrolled into view, sometimes cutting off content and causing a brief dip in viewability, has been fixed. This was inadvertently caused by another feature switch associated with the homepage carousel, which has been rolled back.
We’ve just released a feature that makes tagging a little easier. By leveraging Google’s Natural Language API, we’re able to suggest relevant tags based on the content of any post.
Allows redirected posts in the sitemap feed if they are explicitly allowed via the
externalPostAllowedInSitemap post property. Normally we don’t want to do this, because the sitemap can’t link to other domains, not even subdomains, unless the other domain is verified in the Google Search Console.
The lack of space between the editor tools and other elements was causing issues.
We are now prefiltering empty text nodes in order to avoid empty tag containers in FBIA feed.
The problem was that the partners feed for tags weren’t inherently rendering the full articles. Now https://splinternews.com/tag/2018-midterms/rss/p4rtn3rs and all partners feeds, render full articles without needing
disabled single request mode and removed any reference to manually updating the correlator param on ad requests. ads will no longer be grouped into a single SRA request on page load but rather requested individually.
Google recently noticed that there are incomplete articles in the following
sections of Gizmodo’s edition: Field Guide. The problem was that the partners feed for story types wasn’t inherently rendering the full articles. Now https://gizmodo.com/rss/p4rtn3rs/c/field-guide renders full articles without needing