Canonical links

Remove URL Queries

Canonical links

A canonical tag is a way of telling search engines that a specified URL is the master copy of a page. You may specify this URL to prevent issues that arise as a result of duplicate content.

Duplicate content may arise when the same content is published to multiple URLs and then indexed on all those URLs by the search engines.

By using the integration of the canonical link, you can indicate your preferred canonical URL. Note that search engines may still choose a different page as the master copy than the one you specified.

Remove URL Queries

This integration removes all URL queries from the address bar.

Example: This is your URL:

https://www.domain.com/url?variable=value&variable=value

This is the query in your URL: ?variable=value&variable=value

After using this integration, your URL would appear like this: https://www.domain.com/url

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