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Question My images are all indexed on a page for each since the use of Elementor

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CapV

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Hello,

I have been using Elementor for many of my sites for about 2 years.

However, unlike my old sites, I noticed that all the images are indexed on a page for each, and this since I use Elementor. This is a problem for me because it totally dilutes the SEO work that I do for my sites.

Has anyone noticed this on their site? And did he find a solution?

PS: I did deactivate the indexing of my "media" files via All in one SEO but nothing worked.

Thank you.
 
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I would take you ? over to the FB Elementor Community some good SEO guys in there
 
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By default images will be indexable on attachment pages, that's wordpress not Elementor. If you wish to restrict those pages then you'd need to tell your SEO plugin to no-index/nofollow them, or redirect attachments/images to parent post.

This will depend on what SEO plugin you use as to how this can be done. Its likely if you havent had this before, that your old theme had the functionality built in. As SEO consultants by trade, we build this into our framework for the exaxt reason you've outlined.
 
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CapV

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Hello,

Thank you for your answers. I was able to redirect the photo pages to the parent pages thanks to this. However, they are still indexed despite the fact that I checked "non-index" on my SEO tool. It usually takes time, I hope that's why.

Case to follow.
 
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Hello,

Thank you for your answers. I was able to redirect the photo pages to the parent pages thanks to this. However, they are still indexed despite the fact that I checked "non-index" on my SEO tool. It usually takes time, I hope that's why.

Case to follow.
Yes it will take a few months for all pages to be totally deindexed naturally, redirecting them will help speed up that process as Google recrawls them
 
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