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Google search for my site turns up non-existent pages



I have a site set up on with a custom url. All the links on the site direct to pages with a long url along the lines of, but this doesn't show up in the browser. Somehow, when I search for the site on Google, it returns pages that doesn't exist, and clicking the links take you to the Page Not  Found page.


The home url is All subpages in the markup are linked as The custom url is set as Somehow Google is returning pages called and I don't have any pages with those names defined in my static resources (or at least, I never made them).


Any suggestions as to how to deal with this? Been looking through the boards and haven't seen anything directly referencing a problem like this, but maybe has to do with submitting the sitemap to Google webmaster tools and the robots.txt funtionality and all that?