- Olivier Florence <email@example.com> Jun 19 01:09PM +0100
I have realised than one of our site refers to the home page by the domain
name directly but also by using the file name. For instance, there is links
to the home page to www.mysite.com and wwww.mysite.com/index.html
This may lead to content duplication issues so I want to add a canonical
tag but I am not sure how it works. If i want to let the search engines to
go with www.mysite.com is this the tag I need to add:
<link rel="canonical" href="http://www.mysite.com"/>
- Artist <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jun 19 08:46AM -0500
You got it.
- Olivier Florence <email@example.com> Jun 19 03:22PM +0100
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- Ernest Okojie <firstname.lastname@example.org> Jun 19 08:21AM +0100
I am subscribed to Make Use Of and find lots of useful articles there.
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