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Two points here. Conditional redirection and SEO The conditional redirection isn't a problem if correctly configured. In Google's case, they're now using "locale aware crawling", whereby their crawler employs different Accept-Language values (i.e., browser languages) and IP addresses. That being said, we don't know much about precisely what languages ...


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You need to let Googlebot crawl all your sites regardless of what country the crawler is based in. Once you disable the IP redirects for Googlobot, then Google will be able to see all your hreflangs and show the correct content to users in the Google search engine. Googlebot does most of its crawling from the US and right now, you are likely redirecting ...


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Every folder can have an index.html file, this is the first file your webserver will tipically look if you do not specify another file in in URI. I have the same folder structure in my personal website as you (with Spanish instead of French) and works pretty good. So the problem here has to do with how your server access your subdirectories or how your web ...


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If the page is using query strings to define the content, you can tell Google that this defines a 'new page' even if the URI is identical. You'll find this under Search Console. Go to Crawl -> URL Parameters and edit the various query strings Google has picked up. If you don't have a query string or a unique URI then what you're doing could be considered ...



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