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How will you solve canonicalization issue or what is .htaces

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How will you solve canonicalization issue or what is .htaces

Hi,

Here's a complete guide to canonicalization issue - http://www.vervesearch.com/blog/canonicalisation-issues-why-its-bad-and-how-to-fix-it/

Definition of .htaccess- .Htaccess is a small text file that control configuration aspects of an Apache web server. Most people are familiar with the .htaccess file in relation with the ability to restrict access to a directory via password protection. However, .htaccess can do a lot more than password protection. .Htaccess is an extremely powerful configuration tool that can customize the way your web site behaves and how your web server handles requests.

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