This error indicates that you've included a link (URL) in your data feed that doesn't match the domain of the URL registered in your account.
Few common reasons why you might see this error:
- You haven't registered a URL in your account: If you're including links to your website (URLs) in your feed, you must register the website's domain.
- You've registered a URL, but it doesn't match the links in your file: The links that you include in your feed must match the registered website's domain.
For example, if you wanted to submit a file with URL: http://www.example.com/item1.html, you would need to register the parent website’s domain: http://www.example.com/ in your account.
Learn how to change your registered website's URL. To submit feeds for more than one domain, you may request a multi-client account.
Note: Images that are not hosted on your registered domain can be included using the
- Your image URLs aren't being parsed correctly: The
image_linkattribute supports multiple images, with each URL separated by a comma ( , ). If your image URL contains a comma, the system may misinterpret your images.
For example, if you submit an image with URL: http://www.example.com/item1,1.jpeg, it will be treated as two separate image URLs:
Image 1: http://www.example.com/item1
Image 2: 1.jpeg
To fix this issue, place the image URLs that contain commas ( , ) in quoted fields and ensure that your feed is set to use quoted fields.