It sounds like you are using the Rank Math plugin for WordPress, and it has detected a new post type called “tdb_templates.” This post type may have been added by a theme or plugin that you have installed on your WordPress site.
To properly handle this new post type, you may want to check the settings on the Titles & Meta page and the Sitemap page in the Rank Math plugin. These pages allow you to set custom titles and meta descriptions for your website’s pages and posts, as well as control which pages and posts are included in your sitemap.
On the Titles & Meta page, you can set default titles and meta descriptions for all of your post types, including the tdb_templates post type. You can also set custom titles and meta descriptions for individual pages and posts.
On the Sitemap page, you can control which post types are included in your sitemap, and set the priority and frequency at which they are updated. This is important for search engines, as it helps them understand the structure and content of your website.
By properly configuring the settings for the tdb_templates post type on the Titles & Meta and Sitemap pages, you can ensure that your website’s pages and posts are properly indexed and ranked by search engines.
A post type is a specific type of content in WordPress, such as posts, pages, and media. Custom post types can be created by themes or plugins to represent different types of content on a website. It is possible that the “tdb_templates” post type was added by a theme or plugin that you have installed on your website.
To check the settings of the Titles & Meta page and the Sitemap, you can go to the Rank Math plugin settings in your WordPress dashboard and navigate to the Titles & Meta and Sitemap sections. In these sections, you can configure how the plugin handles the “tdb_templates” post type, including how the titles and meta tags are displayed, and whether the post type is included in the sitemap.
If you are not familiar with the plugin or post types, it may be helpful to consult the documentation or seek support from the plugin developers or community.