Over the last few days, Google made some changes to its Google search documentation.
Documents updated include HTTP status codes and documentation for job posting. The HTTP status code element is not new.
On the Googlebot how many bytes of textual content, such as HTML, Googlebot will crawl specifically over here. Here are the new lines:
Googlebot can crawl the first fifteenMB of content within an HTML file. Googlebot will stop crawling after the first 15MB and index only the first 15MB.
Google stated on the job postings that you must include the addressCountry property when using the jobLocation value.
The HTTP status codes document now includes a large section on 404 error that was missing in the older version. This is the new version of this document.
Soft 404 errors are when a URL returns a page that tells the user that the page is not available.
Also, a 200 (successful) status code
It could be a page without any main content, or an empty page.
These pages can be generated by your website's content management system or browser for a variety of reasons. You can use this example:
It is a poor user experience for the page to return a 200 status code (success), but then display an error message, or any other type of error.
Although users may believe the page is working, they are then presented with an error message.
These pages are not allowed in Search.
Search Console will display a soft404 error in the Index coverage report if Google's algorithms
determine that the page is an error page.Consider which solution is best for your users.