Hi, I have a question regarding SEO.
I’ve published a website under the custom domain name with Frontity (on Vercel).
The website is regularly calling the WordPress API that is under the .admin subdomain.
Inside of the WordPress Admin, I disabled an option for Google to index my site (meaning, I don’t want Google to index my WordPress site, because it is just an API for the Frontity app).
Now, is this a good idea? Is my frontity website (that is just published) going to be properly indexed by Google? I have a Yoast plugin inside of WordPress that is throwing a warning:
Huge SEO Issue: You’re blocking access to robots. If you want search engines to show this site in their results, you must go to your Reading Settings and uncheck the box for Search Engine Visibility. I don’t want this site to show in the search results.
Is this going to affect my Frontity installation in a way that is not going to be indexed properly?
I want WordPress installation not to be indexed, and I want Frontity app to be indexed. Currently, there’s noindex meta tag in my frontity app because I disabled admin to be indexed which causing my frontity app not to be visible by the google search engine
I’ve managed to remove noindex tag from my frontity app by deactivating REST API - Head Tags which kinda was overriding the Yoast settings. However, my admin page is indexed and on 2nd page of google but my Frontity app isnt.
How can I hide my admin panel from indexing, and index only the frontity??