Our website offers 3 languages in the following manner:
<html xml:lang="en" lang="en">
<html xml:lang="es" lang="es">
<html xml:lang="fr" lang="fr">
However when we check in
Google Analytics, we can see that Google has generated much more language tags (some in the form of a
language, others in the form of
My understanding is that the
<html lang> tag doesn't dictate how Google considers the content language, instead Google determines the language based on the actual analysis of the content, which I believe shows that our content is actually inconsistent.
Q1: Is this negative to our SEO, and if so in what measure?
When we click on the reported languages, all we see is a pretty useless view which only shows the selected language accounting for 100% of itself:
Q2: Can we see which pages were identified as being of a certain language?