Recently I’ve noticed that some of our articles received the cdn-4 prefix in front of the URI when showing in Google results. For example, this is the original article: Global Error Handling in ASP.NET Core Web API - Code Maze , but when you find it on Google:
It is easy to see a different address. Also, once I click the link, it doesn’t navigate me to the original URI but to the one shown in the picture: https://cdn-4.code-maze.com/global-error-handling-aspnetcore/
Now the comments are spread across the articles, which is bad for the readers.
Does anyone know why would this happen?
Just to say, that I am not that familiar with CDN caching, and obviously, I didn’t configure it for our site, my colleague did. We are using WordPress to host the site.
If there is any suggestion you could give us, I would appreciate it a lot.
Thank you very much and all the best.