Discovered – Currently not indexed [duplicate]

Discovered – currently not indexed

My blog posts aren’t indexing from 1 months. from the last 1 months, I have posted 9 posts articles. But only 1 is indexed by google But for other posts, the Webmaster is saying Discovered – currently not indexed.

All the Not indexed posts are of 1000-2100 words & all are pure un-scraped content, written by myself… The indexed post is of 700 words…

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My Robots.txt file is as follows

​User-agent: Mediapartners-Google Disallow:  User-agent: * Disallow: /search Allow: /  Sitemap: 

My sitemap

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Here is the twist, I had tried everything but nothing helped. But…

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I think this has some connection with posts that aren’t indexed. Because of the last posts, I published on 24 March and from 26 march, this not indexing series started. I also think that this happened because of google’s new update ‘core web vitals’.

Now, tell me what is wrong with me… Please guide me …

Prevent Duplicate Post Counted by Query

<?php  while ( have_posts() ) : the_post();           $  get_series_id = get_post_meta( get_the_ID(), 'series_seri', true );          if (in_array($  get_series_id, $  do_not_duplicate)) {             continue; // We've already seen this post ID, so skip the rest of the loop         }      $  do_not_duplicate[] = $  get_series_id; ?> <?php the_title(); ?> <?php endwhile; wp_reset_postdata(); ?> 

how to make duplicate post not counted ? i wanna show 20 post, but in frontpage only showing 5 post because duplicate post also counted,

Does the content on niche like festivals, wishes or quotes be considered as duplicate content?

Recently, I have started a Festival Wishes based blog as a starting step to drive traffic to something in future. I have some SEO experience (5 years back) but this niche is new for me.

It’s not easy to create unique content in this niche and overall the meaning will be similar. So what should be the right way to avoid duplicate content (not referring to plagiarism, it is avoided) and slowly set up the right SEO strategy for this niche. I am having hard time even to get the articles indexed in 48 hours, blog is 90 days old. I am using WordPress as CMS.

What do you do when a spell or something says that the target needs to do a saving throw without a number for the throw? [duplicate]

For command, it states, "The target must succeed on a Wisdom saving throw or follow the command on its next turn" without any context to how high the target needs to roll for it to succeed. What does the target need to roll to succeed that saving throw? Is the number specific for command or is it the same for all spells like this? I’d like to get all the info I can for this.

Does Thunderwave normally deal falling damage? [duplicate]

Is normal that if a target is Thunderwave’d into a wall, then they take initial damage from the Spell, and then additional "falling damage" from being flung into the wall.

Similarly, if there’s an object (say, a cart) between the target at the caster, would it be normal for the target to get hit by the cart and be dealt additional damage as a result?

I can’t find anything in RAW that explicitly covers it either way, and obviously the DM can Rule Zero whatever they want. But would doing so be considered normal?

Does the Fire Elementa’s Touch attack’s ongoing damage stack with itself? [duplicate]

If a fire elemental uses the Touch attack:

Melee Weapon Attack: +6 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 10 (2d6 + 3) fire damage. If the target is a creature or a flammable object, it ignites. Until a creature takes an action to douse the fire, the target takes 5 (1d10) fire damage at the start of each of its turns.

And then hits a creature twice, how would the emphasized text work? Would the creature have two instances of it and take 2d10 damage at the start of the turn or only one? If they would have it twice would they be able to put both out by dousing the fire?

Does the light from Branding Smite persist after the target dies? [duplicate]

The players were exploring Castle Ravenloft. A trap separated the human paladin from the rest of the party and placed him in a deep pit with no light source. In looking for a way out, he accidently released and then began to fight a wight. This was initially quite bad as he was attacking with disadvantage, while the wight (with darkvision) was attacking twice with advantage. The paladin remedied this by casting Branding Smite, hitting the wight, and making it glow.

Branding Smite, emphasis mine:

The next time you hit a creature with a weapon attack before this spell ends, the weapon gleams with astral radiance as you strike. The attack deals an extra 2d6 radiant damage to the target, which becomes visible if it is invisible, and the target sheds dim light in a 5-foot radius and can’t become invisible until the spell ends.

After two more hits and some Divine Smite, the wight was dead. The paladin wanted to hack off a piece of the glowing wight corpse and use it as a light source to help him climb out of the pit (spell duration is Concentration – 1 minute, the paladin needed three rounds to climb out of the pit). I hesitated, because when the wight ceased to be undead and became just dead, it was transformed from a creature into an object and was thus no longer a valid target of the spell.

Ultimately I ruled that one thing is a valid target for casting the spell itself, another is the persistent effects of the spell, and that the corpse would go on glowing for the duration. However, I would like to know RAW for this and whether all the effects of the spell would cease when the wight was killed.

Related: Is a target suppressed or removed when the target becomes invalid?. Superficially this might appear like a duplicate of my question. However, the question there is about the dominate person spell when the target is no longer a Humanoid because of polymorph. Obviously dominate person cannot continue to work if the target is no longer a Humanoid to dominate, but a dead wight could still continue to be a source of light. I feel like that question is a different situation than Branding Smite where the 2d6 radiant damage is the spell itself and the light produced is a persistent effect of the spell. Maybe the answer is not different, but I believe the question is different enough that it stands on its own.

Also, although not a reason to say that this is not a duplicate, I am unsatisfied with the accepted answer to that question being based on a Crawford tweet.