I have two websites in same store on Magento ver. 184.108.40.206. The main issue is that website A is showing caching and indexing of website B in Google. I have fetched all the main website pages in Google Webmaster of website A but it is still showing caching and indexing of website B.
I have also shared the screenshot that how Google consider website A. Is there any way to get rid of this issue. Thanks,
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Hi manjay, I think I've responded to one of your other threads. As far as I'm aware, this can only happen if that site 2 content is responded from a site 1 URL. It suggests to me that there's something wrong with your server configuration for instantiating each store within your Magento installation. How have you gone about doing this?
One other idea is a bad caching solution. Do you have any full page caching solutions in place?
Yes Tom, I have accepted your solution of my last query https://community.magento.com/t5/Technical-Issues/Duplicate-Sitemap-xml-file-Issue-on-Magento-ver-1-... Thanks for that.
Please find my reply below:
- this can only happen if that site 2 content is responded from a site 1 URL.
I have 2 websites in same store, almost all products are same but they are having different languages and locations. Is this the cause for showing indexing and caching of site 2.
I have deleted all the cache from the cache management. And I am not using any other extension for caching solutions. Could you please elaborate this point "One other idea is a bad caching solution. Do you have any full page caching solutions in place?"
I would be very thankful to you if I get the solution as this issue is hurting my online presence in Google.
There are two ways that I can think of the site2.com content could be provided when you make a request for site1:
- Web server configuration for running site2 store in Magento is broken in certain circumstances so it returns the default store, i.e. site1
- A custom full page cache solution is somehow caching content from the wrong site. I think this is the less likely cause because most caching solutions are URL specific.