This is pretty interesting. It was sent to me by a top 100 etailer. Has anyone seen this before? What advice would you pass along to their internal team?
"We found a lot of 404s from Googlebot.
Browsers don’t seem to get these 404s, but Googlebot seems to be taking the protocol neutral links (“//” instead of “https://”) and rendering the JS to add “/Common/Ajax/”
The 404 looks like they are from img request: /Common/Ajax/\x5C/\x5C/images10.xxxxxx.com\x5C/Marketing_Place\x5C/Seller_logo\x5C/Seller_A958_2cfd34af-4b2f-471d-8195-4ada385bb9c0.gif
1. The link should be \/\/images10.xxxxxx.com\/Marketing_Place\/Seller_logo\/Seller_A958_2cfd34af-4b2f-471d-8195-4ada385bb9c0.gif
2. But Googlebot added /Common/Ajax before this link and caused 404" Again, can`t say I`ve ever seen this. My thanks in advance for any feedback.