"Fetch as Google" status for path "not found": What does this mean and how do I fix?
The fetch as google is located in the webmaster tools under the crawl section. The path to one of my pages generates a "not found" status. I'm not sure what this means or what I can do to fix this.
Also the render requested section has a check-mark.
You need to look in the hubpages website. Hubpages have the help word on the corner of the screen. Then , you will find the menu. In the menu, you will find the problem that you are having. The instructions on how to fix it, are in the menu. Good luck .
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