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#6451 – Anybody notice any drop in indexing of AMP pages after k2 2.8 update?

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Sunday, 10 September 2017 23:44 UTC
so a couple of weeks ago i update k2 in Joomla to version 2.8 and ive notice since then that ive had a significant drop in the index status off all my AMP pages... basically from 90 to 2.. and will probably be 0 soon.

Any help?

Monday, 11 September 2017 07:10 UTC

As you can see on the chart, what happened is that your pages became invalid, and so they are unindexed. You have to check your pages validity on a regular basis, especially after updates of core extensions. Not sure which version of wbAMP you are using. The community version does not have any support for K2, so I assume you are using the standard edition. If so, please check pages validity and then open a ticket at the helpdesk,which is where we can provide support.

Monday, 11 September 2017 21:24 UTC
The weird thing is all my amp pages are validating fine.. it seems to just be dropping.. could it be unrelated?
Monday, 11 September 2017 22:45 UTC
Actually, I've just figured it out after being puzzled by this for a while.. this had nothing to do with my AMP plugin, it was just because I changed my Website to HTTPS rather than HTTP and hadn't added the HTTPS versions of my website into my search console..

So i was losing indexes on my non https version... because obviously they were being indexed on my https version ;)
Tuesday, 12 September 2017 10:34 UTC
Ah! a good reminder that the devil's in the details!

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