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  • K kappe

    Hi @arminunruh, thanks for looking up. Searching for "javascript google image indexing" shows some interesting informations. I don't understand most of it but in some cases it may cause problems.

    Anyway, most of my Alt-Tags can now be found by Google Image Search, it was probably a question of time.

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  • K kappe

    Hi @Richard-Keith, have you been able to reproduce the problem?

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  • K kappe

    Hi Richard, there is currently no test site, but this issue was also shown on a fresh laytheme & lightbox install w/o plugins, custom code or modifications. That should actually be easy to reproduce with the Lay Options / Appearance 'Max width of content' settings I've described above and the following ones:

    Customize / Site Title > Position top left - NOT fixed
    Customize / Primary Menu > Menu Points Arrangement vertical - Text Align left - Position top left - Space Left 50,5% - NOT fixed

    Best
    Andreas

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  • K kappe

    Hi Richard, thanks for your reply. This issue worries me and I wonder why it hasn't been discussed here yet. My site is not the only one, please try other laytheme sites with this Screaming Frog SEO Spider Tool. Most of them don't show any indexable images, other wordpress sites do.

    Best
    Andreas

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  • K kappe

    Hi Richard, yes, I know the possibility to change metas with custom css globally. But can you give me a tip how to address a single page to add an individual meta description oder edit the meta title?

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  • K kappe

    Hi, perhaps it's less of a bug, more the limit of the theme. The screenshots should show the problem. On the top left is the Site Title and vertical Menu Points are in middle of the content width. In Lay Options / Appearance I want to limit the width of content, here to 1000px as an example.
     
     

    • Max width of content is 0 = off. No Limitation, no Problems, that's how it should be.

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    • Max width of content is 1000px & 'Apply max width of content to logo and menu' is deactivated. Result: Site Title ignores max width of content and keeps the default Frame left value - Menu OK.

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    • Max width of content is 1000px & 'Apply max width of content to logo and menu' is activated. Result: Site Title OK - if width of content is 1000px and more, Menu jumps to the left.

    apply-max-activated.jpg
     
     
    Any idea?

    Best
    Andreas

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  • K kappe

    Hi, laytheme automatically uses the same meta-description for each site. Is there a workaround to define individual meta-descriptions and edit meta-titles for each site manually - without plugins like Yoast or what ever, there always seems to be problems with that. it also can be a not so elegant workaround.

    Best
    Andreas

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  • K kappe

    Hi, first a short status. All the image Alt-Tags are shown after <div class="img "> in the html source (without the usage of SEO-Plugins). And the generated image-sitemap.xml outputs images and Alt-Tags correctly. But...

    even after months doing the Google Image Search with 'site:' it only shows a few images and ignores the Alt-Tags i added to each image in the Media Lib. And the Google Search Console doesn't detect any image in either sitemap.xml and image-sitemap.xml.

    Same result with the Screamin Frog SEO Spider Tool, no indexable images found. By the way, this also affects to other laytheme sites that I've scanned with this tool - and might therefore probably be a general problem. Only when I link the images (Set Image Link) they're listed and shown as indexable, unfortunately again without any effect on crawling & indexing by google - that shouldn't be the solution either.

    Is it a structural problem of the laytheme that google cannot crawl & index the images with the attached Atl-Tags? Is it possible to solve this critical problem and make laytheme more SEO-friendly? Or can this be fixed with a manual workaround, if necessary also a dirty one?

    A few clarifying words would be very helpful!

    Best
    Andreas

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  • K kappe

    it seems to work now, thanks @sebastian for the hint. however, one css is sufficient for several fonts.

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