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    What is Canonical issue? How will you resolve them?

    What is Canonical issue? How will you resolve them?

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    An accepted issue emerges when 301 sidetracks are not legitimately set up. This implies your site can be gotten to via web search tools from a few distinct URLs. This implies web crawlers can then possibly record your website under various URLs, implying that it will resemble a webpage of copied content.

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    A canonical issue arises when 301 redirects are not properly in place. This means that your website can be accessed by search engines from several different URLs. This means that search engines can then potentially index your site under different URLs, meaning that it will look like a site of duplicated content.

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    Canonical issues means your website have multiple duplicate URL. Canonical issues come from 301 redirect, when 301 redirect are not properly in place.

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    you have to set canonical tag on your website to avoid duplication.

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    Canonical is a preferred url for most search engines as they lift up your links & ranking signals for the content available through multiple URL’s. Rel canonical url’s also resolve duplicate content issues. Rel=canonical usually used to sum up it within the top portion of your HTML.

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    Canonical issues means your website have multiple duplicate URL. Canonical issues come from 301 redirect, when 301 redirect are not properly in place.

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    A canonical issue arises when 301 redirects are not properly in place. This means that your website can be accessed by search engines from several different URLs. This means that search engines can then potentially index your site under different URLs, meaning that it will look like a site of duplicated content.

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    Canonical Issue arises when 301 redirects are not properly work. This mean your website access with different different url. If you do not fixed this problem search engine will be index your website with different different url, in result your website look like duplicate content.

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    A canonical issue emerges when 301 redirects are not appropriately set up. This implies your site can be gotten to via web crawlers from different URLs. This implies web crawlers can then possibly list your website under various URLs, implying that it will resemble a webpage of duplicated content.

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