Site: Query to Check Index Pages

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Hi ,

I have a query which i am struggling to find out the answer.

I unable to retrieve URL using "site:" query but when i enter only the URL then it appears in Google. I am not able to understand why google is not showing URL with "site:" query.

Whether the page is indexed or not? Or it's soon going to be deindexed.

Secondly, I would like to mention that this is a dynamic URL. The index file which we are using to generate the URL is not available to Google Bot.

For instance, There are two different URL's.

http://www.abc.com/browse/ --- It's a parent page.
http://www.abc.com/browse/?q=123 --- This is the URL which is generated at run time using browse index file.

Google unable to fetch parent page but earlier the run time URL's are indexed and was showing up in Google for "site:" query but now it is not showing up.

Can anyone help me what is happening here?
#check #index #pages #query #site
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  • Profile picture of the author expmrb
    How much time has passed since you have submitted your site to Google?
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    • Where I need to submit my website. It's already submitted in google webmaster tool.
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      • Profile picture of the author expmrb
        Originally Posted by Anupriya Anupriya View Post

        Where I need to submit my website. It's already submitted in google webmaster tool.
        I asked how much time has passed since you did it?
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  • I have submitted my website in GSC 1 year ago.
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  • Profile picture of the author affmarketer101
    I think your website is deindexed . Please find out why it has been de-indexed. Did you copy content from other sites? Did you build spamming backlinks? you should review all of it again.
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  • Profile picture of the author XenelSoft
    Hi,

    You need to check GWT to see your website indexing status, for any message or for any crawling error. From there you can get an idea about the pages indexing status.
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  • Profile picture of the author RjMaan
    Well, there are number of sites available online which offers you to check your index pages, site rank etc.
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