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How to add rel=canonical tag to WordPress posts via Custom Fields

Continues after this ▼ I see two main reasons for using the rel=canonical tag: Reason 1: You’re using a CMS or an eCommerce application that produces different url:s for the same content. That is actually quite common. The best solution for SEO would be to canonize the different urls into one,...

WordPress 3.1 needs SEO fix to make category links canonical

WordPress 3.1 needs SEO fix to make category links canonical

WordPress 3.1 is great news in many aspects, but not for SEO. If your theme adds categories to a menu (which most themes do), these menu links are changed with WordPress 3.1. This is really bad for your SEO. What Google has indexed as http://yourcoolblog.com/?cat=1 is now with WordPress 3.1...