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Hotclutch last won the day on March 6 2019

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  1. Why assume a problem with your site when most economies have changed due to Covid ? What's the demand for the products you sell now in Covid conditions ? Anyway, I don't see any major issues with the site. If it was driving traffic before it should still do so now, nothing significant has changed recently in the online world. 1) You could assign better more descriptive titles to your pages. 2) Your use of the rel="canonical" meta tag is wrong. Probably Google is saving you from yourself and ignoring it. 3) You have blank meta description tags on a lot of pages.
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    Google search console errors OSC v2.3.4.1

    The warnings are related to the use of structured data which is hard coded into the product_listing.php module file.
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    Facebook Spider overloading site

    Looks like all IPs in that range are located in Singapore, so no. https://cleantalk.org/blacklists/as136907/159.138.0.0/16
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    Facebook Spider overloading site

    First try blocking with robots.txt User-agent: Facebot Disallow: /
  5. user.css should be loaded after the bootstrap css to achieve what you asked in the first post is a simple matter of putting <h1 class="h6">Heading Here</h1>
  6. That's invalid syntax. You cannot redirect query strings like that in htaccess. You can do more harm than good when experimenting with htaccess like this, my suggestion is not to make entries in htaccess until the code you put is fully tested by someone who knows htaccess rules (which are complex). Just do this for now.
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    Optional Related Products, Version 4.0

    $optional_rel_prods_content .= ' <div class="card" itemprop="isRelatedTo" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Product">'; $optional_rel_prods_content .= ' <meta itemprop="url" content="' . tep_href_link('product_info.php', 'products_id=' . $optional_rel_prods_values['pop_products_id_slave']) . '" />'; switch (MODULE_CONTENT_PRODUCT_INFO_RELATED_PRODUCTS_HEIGHT_MODE) { case 'Equal Height': $optional_rel_prods_content .= ' <div class="card-body text-center">'; break; case 'Fixed Height': $optional_rel_prods_content .= ' <div class="card" style = "height:' . MODULE_CONTENT_PRODUCT_INFO_RELATED_PRODUCTS_HEIGHT_VALUE . 'em;">'; break; case 'None': $optional_rel_prods_content .= ' <div class="card">'; break; } Can't be right. You already have: $optional_rel_prods_content .= ' <div class="card" itemprop="isRelatedTo" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Product">'; then you have a case where; case 'None': $optional_rel_prods_content .= ' <div class="card">'; break; which means somewhere in your output you could end up with <div class="card" itemprop="isRelatedTo" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Product"><div class="card">
  8. Someone posted a similar type problem just a few posts back from yours. You need to find where in your script it is generating these parameters and then fix it, by adding code possibly. Even if the problem is already fixed / removed, google will continue to crawl the URLs indefinitely, until you put a 301 redirect on URLs of that type. A quick fix for Google would be to ignore those parameters in webmaster tools, MSN also has an ignore parameter tool.
  9. https://fontawesome.com/how-to-use/on-the-web/advanced/css-pseudo-elements
  10. Guess there's no point in offering input if you don't have github.
  11. I don't work on github, sorry.
  12. shopping_cart.php line 117: btn-xs is deprecated BS3, and has no effect, so can just be removed. line 138/144/186: add role="alert" fa is deprecated in font-awesome 5. fa needs to be replaced with either fas (for solid icons) or far (for regular icons).
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    Google XML Sitemap SEO

    If you are redirecting index,php to the root, then you don't want to be submitting that URL in a sitemap. You should be submitting the root URL. If it's not easily possible with code, then hopefully it will be possible just to remove that entry form the sitemap, Google will still index the root URL. Also webmaster tools will alert with an error if you do have index.php in a sitemap, whilst there is a 301 redirect on it. Any links in your script should be changed over to the root domain URL, otherwise you're linking to a perpetual redirect.
  14. does not make sense. Once you delete the product, there's nothing in the code that would cause that. Unless you have something else going on.
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