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Hello @miglioregiovanni,

Thanks for reaching out. When you upload media (e.g. an image or video), WordPress automatically creates a media page (attachment URL) for it. These pages are quite empty and could cause thin content problems and lead to excess pages on your site. Therefore, Yoast SEO disables them by default (and redirects the attachment URL to the media itself).

Do you have media pages enabled or disabled in WordPress > Yoast SEO > Settings > Advanced > Media pages?

Hello, I have always been disabled.

Thanks for the confirmation, @miglioregiovanni.

Disabling media pages redirects the attachment URLs to the image URLs. This doesn’t block crawling as Google can find URLs in several ways. It’s normal for image URLs to appear in Google Search Console.

Since it shows as crawled, not indexed, this is not an immediate cause for concern, but I recommend monitoring the Google Search Console.

Hi, ok perfect thank you very much for the clarification, for your availability and support.


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