The URL Inspection tool displays information about a page's Google indexed version. AMP problems, structured data mistakes, and indexing issues are among the details. Typical responsibilities include: Check if a URL is currently indexed: Get information about the indexed version of your page on Google.

  • Using Search Operators to look for indexed pages
  • Simply copy your webpage's URL from the address bar and paste it into Google with site: or info: in front of it. It is indexed if it returns the webpage in the search results.

The URL of a web page is usually displayed above the page in an address bar by most web browsers. A typical URL might look like this: http://www.example.com/index.html, with http as the protocol, www.example.com as the hostname, and index.html as the file name ( index. html ).

Some URL inspection tools are more comprehensive than others, so it’s important to find one that fits your needs. Some examples of URL inspection tools include WordStream, SEMrush and Ahrefs.

The URL inspector tool scans your site and checks for errors, as well as offers suggestions on how to fix them so that you can improve your SEO rankings.

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