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Site URL: https://www.luminousbotanicals.com Google is indexing my nav folders and showing them as clickable Sitelinks on the site preview in Google Search. I can't seem to find anyway to hide the nav folders from google with a noindex, as there is no header code injection available for folders. How can I stop Google from showing my nav menus in search?
As you can tell from the images attached, the "shop" link which is part of the secondary navigation doesn't show up on google search as a sitelink at all. I know you can't control/customize sitelinks, but are there any workarounds that I can do to add "shop" as a link to the search result? Should I add a link to the primary nav and then hide it in css? If so how do I isolate and hide only one header link, and still have the rest be centered on the page?
Hello, I am having troubleshooting some SEO issues on my site. One of which is the way my site appears in a search engine ( seems to be only mobile). There are images that appear with my link along with a description. I have updated my description but it is still the same. I also can not figure out how to change or edit the images that appear with my site's URL. Can anyone direct me to the area on the backend where I can edit those images or switch them to different images?