I am using SEOPress on my website and I got the following notification section/block in my admin pages when I deleted a code block:

We have detected that you have deleted a post (/scorg/return-category-picture/).

We suggest you to redirect this URL to avoid any SEO issues, and keep an optimal user experience.

If the Scripts Organiser code blocks URLs are visible to search engines should I edit the Robots.txt to exclude /scorg/ ?

Kind regards,


Website credentials

3 responses to “Deleting a Code Block”

  1. devusrmk says:

    SCORG is using custom post-type logic. And you need to disable it inside SEO Press.

  2. cmsexpertss says:

    SCORG doesn’t have any public URL you can see it has no “view” link in quick actions in admin screen so search engines can’t list it.

  3. pking says:

    Thanks for your answers.

    I had already checked the URL and was given the 404 page so that was not of concern.

    Without knowing how search engines crawl a website I was not sure whether the URL could be found then it would show as a 404 error on Google Search Console which could damage website ranking.

    I will make sure that the post types are not indexed in SEO Press.

Leave a Reply to pking Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published.