Also called “canonical links,” a “rel=canonical” is a really useful line of code that can help solve issues with duplicate pages. Canonical links point search engines toward “canonical pages,” so that duplicate content won’t hurt your SEO. They look a little something like this: Canonical links are found in the <head> tag of your page.…
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