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My website already has a canonical URL defined however in the Google Search Console it says that the canonical URL is the English page. How can I change this? enter image description here enter image description here

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    See the comments in your previous question. Make sure your site's code and server aren't doing geolocation, and that your hreflang attributes are set correctly.
    – dan
    Jul 7, 2023 at 18:29

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I visited your page.

  • It doesn't show any canonical tag
  • Automatically redirects to the english page
  • It doesn't have any hreflang attributes

You have to fix all these things if you want the Portuguese language as your main language.

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  • The site has these hreflang attributes: <link data-n-head="1" data-hid="i18n-alt-en" rel="alternate" href="olifel.pt/en" hreflang="en"> <link data-n-head="1" data-hid="i18n-alt-en-US" rel="alternate" href="olifel.pt/en" hreflang="en-US"> <link data-n-head="1" data-hid="i18n-alt-en" rel="alternate" href="olifel.pt" hreflang="en"> <link data-n-head="1" data-hid="i18n-alt-pt-PT" rel="alternate" href="olifel.pt" hreflang="pt-PT"> <link data-n-head="1" data-hid="i18n-xd" rel="alternate" href="olifel.pt" hreflang="x-default"> Are any missing? Jul 12, 2023 at 8:50
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    No it doesn't. I get none of these in the content.
    – symcbean
    Jul 12, 2023 at 13:04
  • Don't you see that when you inspect the website? Jul 12, 2023 at 13:16
  • the same resuly of checking view-source:https://olifel.pt/ as @symcbean
    – Tom Newton
    Jul 12, 2023 at 18:44

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