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Google recognizes your URLs with parameters and as different because the id is different. I suppose that the product pages have not the same content; therefore, there is no duplicate content between your URLs; thus, you don't need to use the rel="canonical" tags between pages.


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The canonical tag is enough, as it lets Google know which page should be indexed. It is basically a way of saying "Hey, these pages are extremely similar. Here is the page that should take precedence." Preventing Google from crawling your mobile links will cause more harm than good. Example: If a mobile user shares a mobile link to your website, you don't ...


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When you have the same content available at many different URLs, you can use URL canonicalization to tell which set of URLs are the preferred ones for search engines to crawl and index. Google introduced a link rel canonical meta tag for this purpose. Lets say that you want to make 500 photos per page the canonical URL. On the other URLs ...


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The source of your problem can be in html or in javascript, and you cannot control the links that other people put on the net too.. And because he finds a page when making a request for it, it indexes it. I miss some information to give answer with code (using a CMS? Other rules in .htaccess, etc…), but here are some ways : Write a permanent redirect in ...


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products1.php simply needs to output the canonical link in the head section of the page. Presumably it knows the information needed to build your friendly URL: category subcategory product name product id Then the canonical tag appears in both the page for the friendly URL and the page for the parameterized URL. That is fine. Google says that a ...



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