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Totally fine to do this. In fact, it could even be advantageous for reasons to do with semantics. However, I'd recommend changing the slug from /white_wine to /white-wine. This is because if you use an underscore Google will combine the two words on either side of the _ into one word. /white_wine === "whitewine" /white-wine === "white wine&...


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In this case the title used in the Google search results looks like it is taken directly from the single h2 element on the page (there is no h1). However, the HTML content is all uppercase - but Google is never going to use an all uppercase title in the search results so would appear to have just lowercased the lot. <h2><span class="style42&...


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Does Google differentiate them? What is Google's behavior, if it finds both of them on my website for a single page? As Google said, case sensitive URLs might lead to multiple URLs indexed: “By definition, URLs are case sensitive, and also things like slashes at the end do matter. So, technically, yes — these things matter. They make URLs different.” [...] ...


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To make it work, you need to: Assign each page a separate URL like /my-list?page=2 Link to each page of the list: <a href='my-list?page=2'>Page 2</a>. Ensure that page 2 loads when you visit that URL. Put a JavaScript onclick event on the link that: Intercepts the click uses event.preventDefault() to prevent users from loading the new page. ...


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Providing the URL is correctly URL-encoded (ie. %-encoded) then the URL-decoded (ie. "normal" or %-decoded) URL is identical to the URL-encoded URL. If a bot did treat it differently then that is a fault of the bot. The purpose of URL encoding is so it can be transmitted reliably (in US-ASCII). If you don't explicitly encode the URL then the ...


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Either you've got Sitemap: https://example.com/sitemap.xml Or Sitemap: https://www.example.com/sitemap.xml You can't do without TLS, and you're either www or non-www. Your robots.txt should reflect what is accurate.


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