Thanks for posting these -- is there a way to clear canonicals based on whether or not they're on a standard post? I want to leave them on pages but remove from posts but can't find whether or not there's a "type" that identifies all standard WP posts.
I think I have the same question as sebastianheinz. According to best practices for canonicals and hreflang attributes, the canonical should be set to the language/localized url, but Yoast uses the permalink of the page w/o any localization parameters. Is there a code sample to pass through the localization params? Example: www.example.com/article-title/?hl=es The Yoast canonical is www.example.com/article-title/, when I need it to be ww.example.com/article-title/?hl=es. Thanks!
hi, 1-what is this codes do with Canonical ?
2- in product page we have to description , one that shown in description tab bottom of product and one is expert description which show front of product picture in single page of product, if we want to use description tab contents for snippet Search Appearance what variable must be use?