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I have site with Thailand language as a default and no other switching languages. In this case Do I need to configure hreflang option still for SEO purpose?

  • Done. Your answer is Generic and this helps. Thanks. – Navane May 27 at 8:22
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If your website is only written in one language, you don't need any <link rel="alternate" hreflang="" href=""> tags.

Just open your html element with the proper language code that you're targeting, like this:

<html lang="th">
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  • Thank you Maximillian. Also assuming if Google Search Console shows warning for hreflang enabling, we no need consider this and it won't impact search ranking. Am I correct? – Navane Apr 30 at 6:42
  • What specific warning are you seeing? Does the warning tell you that you need hreflang but don't currently have it? – Maximillian Laumeister Apr 30 at 6:44

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