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The IANA Language Subtag Registry does define relevant region subtags: 150 for Europe EU for the European Union EZ for the Eurozone So you could use this link element to link from xwz.example to abc.example: <link rel="alternate" hreflang="en-150" href="https://abc.example/" /> For the link in the other direction, you can only use a tag without ...


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I would go about this in a different way. First I would define what "use" the content that the students are to add to your site will have on the image/education standard of your school. I would certainly NOT use your main website for new pages. Rather I would have a sub domain dedicated to student use. Further - If you really wish Google to not index ...


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From your reference to the noindex tag it would appear as though you don't need the student sites to be indexed. If you add all the student sites under a single directory such as www.example.com/students/student1.HTML you could then add a disallow directive in your robots.txt file for the whole students directory, this would protect your main site from any ...


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You can not stop this, unless you turn your entire page into an image (and even that's not 100%). There are a few tricks, but those work with css (place a hidden div over it) or JavaScript (the terrible "no right click allowed"), but they don't use a browser. They use a (scrapper)bot, which means they get the source, where those solutions aren't applicable. ...


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In the U.S., and indeed likely most all countries that take copyright seriously, will recognize copyright at the creation of a work. This is important to recognize. Copyright is automatic. It is recommended that you remove all work you did not create yourself or created for you. If you only have 7, then remove them immediately. One DMCA complaint, ...


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The canonical link is 2-days old now, does it take a certain amount of time to get updated? Yes, and this process can take a LOT longer than 2 days. Can the fact that the post went so viral and have multiple links on other websites and social media play a role in the canonical link getting ignored? I wouldn't say it's getting ignored, it's more that ...


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I am now in the horrible process of changing domains you should 301 the old to the new, all urls, one by one. Don't canonicalize old urls - canonical is just a recommendation, and you use it in wrong way. Canonical doesn't replace redirect - it signalize to search engines, an url's content is slightly similar to its canonical url. What you should do is to ...


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Google will continue to index the mobile pages as well as the desktop pages as the Googlebot considers them separate pages even though they contain much the same data. The purpose of this is so that when someone does a search and wants mobile pages only the page exists in the index already and the user doesn't have to be directed through the desktop site ...


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The most essential aspect for lasting success on Google ranking is content authority. If you are making a site about a given city it has to specific to that city. Do everything but duplication.


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The same URL should have the same content. As for cloaking that only comes into play if you are presenting one set of content to Googlebot and another set of content to the end users. If you are concerned about the duplicate content aspect of having two URL's which have much the same content you can use the rel="canonical" tag to tell Google that the page is ...


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If two pages can become one The best solution here is to only have 1 page. So if you can merge the category page and product list page that would be best. Put a 301-redirect from page A to page B, page B being the page that ranks best for that keyword. Verify that using Google Search Console. Doing this will lead to consolidating the authority both pages ...


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The term duplicate content typically refers to multiple pages that have the same (or mostly the same) content, not to multiple pages that have a few chunks of the same content but different main content. (In the case of Google Search, they call it "substantive blocks of content" which have to be the same or similar.) In your case, it seems that you don’t ...



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