Adding Canonical Tags to pages lets Search Engines know which is the master copy of a page. This can dramatically improve SEO for your website and avoids Google indexing the wrong page. Watch the Tecbot Tutorial on Youtube, or follow the steps below to learn how to add dynamic canonical tags to your Webflow website. Webflow allows you to easily add dynamic tags to individual CMS pages easily through a series of simple steps.
Go to your Webflow CMS, and enter the settings panel of the collection you want to add dynamic canonical tags to. Click 'Add New Field'
Name your field 'Canonical URL', or something of the like, then click 'Save Field', then be sure to save your collection changes.
Click the 'Settings' icon of the CMS page template for the collection you altered, above.
Paste <link rel="canonical" href="https://example.com" /> into the <head> portion of the custom code section in your page settings.
Remove the placeholder URL (https://example.com"), and with your cursor still there, click 'Add Field', then choose the field you created in Step One, above.
Webflow will now add the link from the Canonical URL field dynamically into the header of each CMS page.
Lastly, populate the canonical fields in your CMS items, click save and bob's your uncle! :)
Adding Canonical Tags to pages lets Search Engines know which is the master copy of a page. THis Tecbot Tutorial shows you how to easily add dynamic Canonical Tags to your CMS items in Webflow!
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