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    Hi,

    is there any way to place self canonical on CMS pages in Magneto?
    We have developed our site in Magneto dealing with industrial supplies for Industrial products. We are facing a serious issue on our site.
    We have placed canonical tag at home page https://www.indusuno.com/, but this is replicating on about us, contact us, privacy policies etc. on all CMS pages.

    Kindly check all pages and let me know if any one have solutions.

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    you can use the following codes

    HTML Code:
    <reference name=”head”> <action method=”addLinkRel”> <rel>canonical</rel><href>http://magentoportico.com/about-us/</href> </action> </reference>
    You can check detail from here How Can I Set Canonical URL For Magento CMS Page
    http://www.softwarehtec.com/can-set-...ento-cms-page/

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    The features are writing about are not available in Magento out-of-the-box. However, you can try Meta Tags Templates extension to achieve what you need.

    On the one hand, this module enables one to generate relevant meta data for products and categories. On the other, it allows some SEO customization for CMS pages.

    To set up meta data and canonical URLs for CMS pages you need to use the "Meta Tags by URL" option - http://prntscr.com/eoyc5n

    However, you will have to add this data on a page-by-page basis to achieve an ideal scenario. But at the end all your CMS pages will have self-referring canonical tags and won't replicate those you set up on your Homepage.

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