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I don't know how to fix this issue. Why does Google suggest another page as canonical, as opposed to the one selected by us? enter image description here

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Canonical links only work if they are targetting the correct page(s).

  • /menu/cuisine/14/ points to /menu/cuisine/14/ - CORRECT
  • /menu.php?cuisineid=14 points to menu.php?cuisineid=14 - INCORRECT

So, the problem is menu.php?cuisineid=14 not pointing to the correct page. To fix simply ensure your ?query-strings canonical the correct SEF URLS e.g ?cuisineid=14 should be using this:

<link rel="canonical" href="https://www.burmesekitchen.in/menu/cuisine/14/" />

I can see that you also have <META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW"> therefore you're at no risk but if you wish to suppress the warnings in GSC then fix the canonicals as I have said.

Or alternatively, make your site inaccessible using these query strings and have them 301 redirect to the SEF URLS.

  • Thanks for the support, We will try this. – Vikas Nagar Jun 13 at 4:00

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