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Disable Explore for guest

Rodolfo

⭐ Chevereto Godlike
Chevereto Staff
Administrator
Yes, it does. Everytime you trim the Explorer your crawl rate will dramatically decrease.
 

dandanch

Chevereto Member
It's all depends, it's a secret recipe on how google algorithms even work and how they determine which site will be placed on first pages, of course back linking to relevant sites as well as keywords etc. does help, but I don't think this will dramatically hurt your seo.
 

Rodolfo

⭐ Chevereto Godlike
Chevereto Staff
Administrator
Yes it will do because Explore is the only way in which Google can crawl your website. No crawl = no content and you will get less indexed pages.
 

dandanch

Chevereto Member
So you're saying if I don't have explore enabled my sitemap won't work, because that's
how I have them crawling my site.
 

Rodolfo

⭐ Chevereto Godlike
Chevereto Staff
Administrator
Chevereto doesn't have sitemaps. Google will be blind if you disable /explore.
 

Rodolfo

⭐ Chevereto Godlike
Chevereto Staff
Administrator
Then in that case it shouldn't be an issue, at least for you.
 

Da' Pimp

Chevereto Member
Purely out of curiosity, is there a way to have Explore enabled (Google searchable), but not have the clickable option "Explore" visible/clickable on the top left?
 

Rodolfo

⭐ Chevereto Godlike
Chevereto Staff
Administrator
Sure, get rid of it with a display: none; for that button.
 

Da' Pimp

Chevereto Member
I'm guessing that would be found be somewhere in the Peafowl folder? Sorry, still learning where everything is. Thanks for your help
 

dandanch

Chevereto Member
That's a good idea, the drop-down won't be visible to guest but Google can still have access to the explore and you would have to login to get the drop-down. That way it shouldn't affect your seo. And if you would like to get rid of explore altogether you can just disable it.
 
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