I've just upgraded a wordpress site to use a premium theme from wootheme, 'Optimize'
I use the 'All in one SEO' plugin for all my onpage SEO and transferred all of my settings across when I upgraded the site.
Everything working fine except the 'cache' result on the SERP; when clicked on comes up with the message -
'Your search - cache:DgZoY8JaXj0J:www.cornerstonesguesthouse.com/ guest house manchester - did not match any documents'.
I'm sure it's something to do with a 'Robot Meta Tag' but I can't see anything any where.
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