New fun message from Google Lighthouse about non-crawlable links.Autor: John W.
Looks like Google Lighthouse just switched some things around for your page scores and how you are doing. I just noticed this message: Uncrawlable link. It is telling me one of the two culprits is: #imGoToCont
I use the breadcrumb navigation on my pages. They are set as links. And they work. Never had this message before from Google. But I decided to test a page that does not have the breadcrumbs on it. And the same error message came up. For anyone who wants to test this on my page in question, please use: https://www.eclectic-ware.com/about.html
When you use Lighthouse, under the SEO report, it shows the two links that aren't crawlable. The Pinterest one I could possibly understand. Pinterest is in its own world. But the #imGoToCont which highlights to the left of my page title in an H2 font, there is no link there. Why would Google think that there is a link there? It even shows a size measurement, and it is hinting that a link exists where the Ab is in About Eclectic-ware. This is very strange, even for Google.
I did do an upload today, and this is the first time in a week plus that I decided to do a quick look of a few pages in Lighthouse. My SEO score was always 100 for most every page with only a few pages at 98 or 99. Now a 93 is coming up because of this link thing.
I am not hugely concerned unless this is a growing issue. And Google has a way of creating chaos for us.