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There isn't much unique textual content between those two pages. They have the same title and the same heading. There are only two sentences on the pages which are the same between them. The biggest difference between the pages is the images shown below the fold. You are lucky that Google has decided to index both pages. Most of the time Google ...


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Sure is allowed, and recommended too. Edit: Reference I guess at https://powerdigitalmarketing.com/blog/using-relcanonical-tag/


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Steve's answer is mostly correct: it is indeed possible for the content to differ between http and https versions of the page. One correction I'd suggest is that you don't actually need to do a redirect to accomplish this. For instance, with the Apache webserver, you could use the "Listen" directive to direct requests to different DocumentRoots. (...


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It is possible to display different content for http or https by redirecting via htaccess, but then it would be a different page that would be loading. https is simply loading a SSL certificate, I suspect in very close to 100% of cases, the same page with the same content would be loaded.


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Go to blogger Go to theme Click on edit HTML Press CTRL+F and find body tag Paste the code given above. Paste that code above body <script type='text/javascript'> //<![CDATA[ var uri = window.location.toString(); if (uri.indexOf("%3D","%3D") > 0) { var clean_uri = uri.substring(0, uri.indexOf("%3D")); window.history....


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Canonical tag is meant for identical pages. It is a way of telling Google that one or more pages are identical and that you want to rank one of those pages. I don't think your use case fits that criteria. Reference: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/139066?hl=en


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If your concern is whether Googlebot will come to learn the "global" and "local" structures of the site, then itemize each version in your XML site map, add/inject the appropriate hreflang tags to the head section of each page, and use breadcrumbs (https://developers.google.com/search/docs/data-types/breadcrumb) to further indicate how ...


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