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How To overcome more then one links in home page

by digitalpursuit / September 18, 2015 1:59 AM PDT

I have one problems in my home page url. My website having same links in home page. Kindly someone tell the answer for how to avoid problems

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Re: home page
by Kees_B Forum moderator / September 18, 2015 2:10 AM PDT

Your problem is not really clear. So my answer is somewhat preliminary.
- For your home page: change the home page your browser uses. Mine is set to "about:blank" and has no links at all.
- For your website: change it. It's your website, so you (or your programmer or company that maintains it) is the only one that can do that.

But I might have misunderstood your question. Then please explain more.

By the way, what problems arise that you want to avoid? A link does nothing until you click it.


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Use Canonical Tags
by dswtechnologies / October 1, 2015 4:32 AM PDT
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If you have same links in home page you need to add canonical tag in your meta so you can prevent your site from marking to the duplicate content.


You can add here your home page similar link

<link href="" rel="canonical" />

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