We are getting a lot of Crawl Errors in our Google Search console.
One of our dev's did some investigating and concluded that our pages are showing up in the report due to encode issues.
The pages are all from our company website which has the munchkin tracking code embeded on this domain
It seems like these 404s are generating via a script named '
' //app-sj02.marketo.com/js/forms2/js/forms2.min.js' where you have a function being called '
When search engines crawl the URLs, these get amended to the URL I guess.
Has anybody had any experience with this issue.
Please provide the actual errors from the console: your reference to the code doesn't make sense (those are just module loading statements in the Forms JS library; they don't get replaced by anything).
No real console error just a log and a response code
There's no reason for anything to assume a quoted string of format "./blah" to be a relative path on a server. Of course it gives a 404, but it isn't supposed to be a remote path (it's just a local module).
This would be like assuming a quoted string "my.name.is.luka" must represent a valid domain name on the net (even if it's never used in any context in which it would be requested as a webserver).
It sounds like you need to exclude forms2.min.js from crawling, but certainly the problem isn't with the library, it's with the crawler.