That certainly does not solve my doubts. I see an image with an arrow saying "flag" but I see no flag, you see.
Many unmanned missions went to the moon, both US missions and USSR missions, to collect data, stones etc. All those missions left many traces of landing, crawling and possibly some objects. If you dig the moon to collect some carrots of lunar soil I suppose you leave something on the ground. Did not see any footpath either in the pictures you link. You have to believe the captions rather than your eyes.
If you are so interested in seeing photographs of the moon, then, again, search the internet to find the very curious photographs that the astronauts brought back from the moon, some of them clearly and demonstrably fake (as underlined by a Danish photography magazine at that time, and as re-published by Italian photography magazine Fotografare more recently). As a photographer you should build some doubts.
One might always think that they actually went to the moon, but got no decent pictures, and needed some good pictures for propaganda purposes, who knows? But the thought spontaneously comes to mind that if the pictures are fake, then it's much more likely it's all a fake.
PS It's not an easy life for a film on the moon, with temperature excursions of some 100 °C or more within a few metres (sun, shade) extreme cold and extreme high temperature. The Apollo mission appears to have managed not only to take pictures with their modified Hasselblad, but also to have set an intragalactic Live TV transmission which is no less surprising than the moon landing itself. Pity they lost the tape!
I'm not sure they did NOT go. I'm just sure I'm not convinced AT ALL by the too many evidences pointing toward the scam and the great, great stink.