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Matjaz asked on 20 May 2015, 06:07 AM

I notice strange behaviour in Google Webmaster Tools. Google crawler found some links that doesn't exists. I first though that Google doesn't handle properly my (ajax) sitemap.xml, until I notice this 404 error in Webmaster Tools:

URL:https://domerus.si/realestates/*id

The only place where string "realestates/*id" appears is in init kendo router route:

Application.router.route('/realestates/*id', function (id)
{
    if (id) //load content and add it to the DOM
        Application.navigate("realestates", null, { name: id, fileName: "realestate", parameters: { ID: id } });
});
Where Application.router is kendo.Router.

I already asked how can I fix this on Google support, but since I am starting to feel kendo is responsible for this, I am also posting it here.

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answered on 21 May 2015, 08:08 AM
Hi,

the router class does not interact with the google crawler in any way. The google crawler mechanics are not known to the public, but from what I see, most likely the crawler parses and accesses any JS string that looks like an URL. 

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