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I am a Blogger user, Blogger redirects from the standard url and adds the ?m=1 parameter to the end of the url for logins from mobile devices.

This redirect causes page speed delays.

I'm using a responsive theme, so if I change the standard urls with the ?m=1 parameter, will it be a problem for seo?

Example URL;

/2021/02/post-page.html?m=1

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Per your example, as long as https://example.com/2021/02/post-page.html does not exist, it will not be a problem if https://example.com/2021/02/post-page.html?m=1 is declared canonical.

For more information about query strings and canonicals see the answer to the question: Should query strings be included or removed from the canonical tag?

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  • Thank you for your answer
    – awaken
    Jan 8 at 17:43

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