At Yoast, we sometimes receive the question how to remove www from your website’s URL – or add it. In this post, I’ll show you how you can enforce either a www or non-www URL by tweaking your .htaccess file (or nginx.conf if you’re running on an Nginx server). Does using one or the other …Read: "How to remove www from your URL"
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After creating a redirect, it might happen you’d like to use the URL of that post or page again. Or perhaps you decide that you’d like to cancel that redirect after some time. Reasons for this could be that redirecting that post or page was a mistake, or the post or page contains valuable content again. In …Read: "Ask Yoast: Can I cancel a 301 or 410 redirect?"
Relaunching a website can be an overwhelming project. You need a new design and perhaps new functionalities. What should you do with your existing content? And what about new content? The more changes you want, the more challenging it gets. In this process, you might face the question if you should change or keep your URLs. …Read: "Ask Yoast: Change URLs when relaunching website?"
In the past we’d frequently recommend people change their permalink structure. In this post, we’ll explain why you should consider changing your permalink structure and how to go about it. Notice! Don’t change your permalinks if your site has been around for a while. Messing with your permalinks if you have a lot of content, …Read: "How to change your WordPress permalink structure"
April 2015, Google announced that they’ll change the way they represent URLs in mobile search results. This post explains what is changing, what this means for you and how our Yoast SEO plugin will help you with these changes. What is changing in the search results? In their blogpost Google say they’ll changing the following: The website …Read: "Changing URLs in search results"