Delete site indexation

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  • #622575

    nopnop56
    Member

    Hi, I recently closed my wordpress blog. I know figure out that wordpress did not create an 404 page but create an other active page. I would like to know how can I do to delete the indexation of those links in google. Thanks

    #622707

    supportbot
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    #622711

    timethief
    Member

    I’m sorry but you can’t. Google will eventually clear their cache 3 – 6 months from now and those links will be removed.

    #622712

    timethief
    Member
    #622715

    nopnop56
    Member

    So the links will disappear ? Because wordpress did not create 404 page, google will still index it as an active page, or I’m wrong ?

    #622716

    timethief
    Member

    I thought you meant the URL in question does produce a “404” page not found. Please post the URL for the blog in question so I can provide a correct answer.

    #622717

    nopnop56
    Member

    http://romaindumaine.wordpress.com/

    As I said I deleted the blog host on wordpress server.

    #622719

    timethief
    Member

    Thanks for providing that link. What I said above does apply. In time Google will remove any indexed pages from their caches that returns a “404” page not found from the http://romaindumaine.wordpress.com/ urls.

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