SEO gone mad...
me at myconan.net
Tue Oct 13 19:47:39 UTC 2015
On Wed, Oct 14, 2015, at 04:39 AM, steve wrote:
> As can be seen from the google article, it's apparently a bad thing(tm)
> to duplicate content for example.com/ and example.com. Apparently some
> .htaccess tweak can do a 301 redirect from one to the other, but
> absolutely nothing that has been suggested ( or others that allegedly
> work - like redirecting ^/(.*)/ ) does actually work with nginx, which
> is exactly what I expected to happen.
I don't know how you can miss this which has been quoted before:
Rest assured that for your root URL specifically, http://example.com is
equivalent to http://example.com/ and can’t be redirected even if you’re
More information about the nginx