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I am stuck on fixing canonical issue. I found Yoast's .htaccess file, but not understanding what to put in there.

How do I code it into my website?

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  • .htaccess should have nothing to do with it. Canonical tags are usually set in the <head> of HTML documents. – Stephen Ostermiller Jan 10 at 16:02
  • Can you tell me the complete procedure how to do that? – souravjns Jan 11 at 4:01
  • Fahad's answer looks correct. – Stephen Ostermiller Jan 11 at 12:13
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You need to fix it differently, apparently the thing you're asking is not controlled by Yoast but by Wordpress itself. Follow these steps;

  1. Open wordpress dashboard.
  2. Goto settings.
  3. Goto General.
  4. Edit your URL in Wordpress and Site Address bars.
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