Working on new WordPress site using the Divi theme. I had found a video on creating a custom footer by creating a page and that page becomes an element you can save in your Divi library to be reused. I made a footer and added to each page.
The problem came when I was reviewing the analytics after a month. “Footer” was one of the pages listed by Google and indexed by Google.
I discover that I can disable search engines from tracking the Divi Elements / Pages. Go to that element / page. In my case it was the “Footer” element. This element is a page built with the Divi builder. This is what it looked like.
At the top of the page is my Yoast settings. There are 3 tabs on the left side. Click on the gear icon and you will see where to turn this off.
I hope this helps someone else out there….