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How to add canonical tag in webflow?


#1

Maybe I am using the forum search function like a rookie but I cannot for the life of me find a topic on how to add a canonical tag in webflow. Anyone in the community got any help for this?


#2

Hey there @GMP,

From my understanding this is how you are supposed to integrate it.

@itbrian40 is THE expert on SEO maybe he can confirm. :smiley:


#3

Thanks for taking the time to try and help. I actually resolved this already. You are right about the process. The custom code page option is the only way I could figure. As for my blog I simply added the slug field to the code. Thanks again @zbrah :+1:


#4

We also have this article here that walks over how to set this tag up: https://webflow.com/blog/seo-and-webflow-the-essential-guide


#5

Doh! I totally didn't search the blog for help. :confounded:

Thanks for pointing that out.


#6

Maybe usefull for the people that want a canonical tag in their cms : Conditional canonical link in head custom code

Because i cant find if its a problem when a canonicaltag is empty ?

But with the technique in the forum link i posted i only have a canonical tag when the cms field is popolated.

Goodluck :slight_smile:


#7

I added a wishlist item related to this: https://wishlist.webflow.com/ideas/WEBFLOW-I-1323


#8

Hi! in the case of a multilingual page, is it necessary to use canoncal linking for every translated page? If not, what is the solution to avoid being penalysed for duplicate pages?
Thanks!