I've inspected your site. The issue with duplicate pages is caused by the configuration of your Joomla installtaion. Please read the details below.
Your store is actually available via two URLs:
The second one is most likely an alias of the first one. In other words, it is actually the same page with two names (URLs). Since your store is installed on this page (by RokEcwid
plugin), the both URLs display your products and Inline SEO catalog
works on the both. Google indexes the pages generated by Inline SEO Catalog in your store - so it has indexed the both groups of URLs: the ones that starts with 'shop.html' and the ones that starts with 'index.php?option=com_rokecwid'. Google doesn't look at the URL part after hash tag ('#'), thus only two of the five URLs you mentioned are actually unique and matter to Google.
So, the whole duplicate pages issue on your site is about two mentioned groups of pages. 'shop.html' address is set as an alias for 'index.php?option=com_rokecwid' in in the article settings in your Joomla administrator panel. Such settings are actually not related to the Inline SEO Catalog anyhow. Even if you disable Inline SEO, 'index.php?option=com_rokecwid' pages won't disappear.
In order to fix the issue, you will need to 'hide' the 'index.php?option=com_rokecwid' pages from Google somehow. You can consider one of the following solutions:
- Set automatic redirects from 'index.php?option=com_rokecwid' pages to the corresponding shop.html ones. That can be done by means of creating special rules in the '.htaccess' file on your server.
- Leave the URLs configuration without changes but change the code of Inline SEO Catalog so that it will always generate links like 'shop.html?<parameters>' even if a visitor opens an 'index.php?option=com_rokecwid<parameters>' page.
- Disallow search engines to index the 'index.php?option=com_rokecwid' pages on your web site using the robots.txt file. In order to do it you will need to create such a file, add particular instructions to it and place it in the top-level directory of your web server. All respectable robots will follow the directives in a robots.txt file.
Please let me know if you have any question.