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Google Webmaster Tools
« on: 08-11-2015, 09:38:19 »
Hello
I got a question about Google Webmaster, I wanna verify my site to google webmaster. My website is made by WordPress and my site opens only without www . ( http://mysite.com)
And my question is that should I add my site with www? or without www??
I have asked some seo masters and they said i gotta add both and then from site sitting i should change the sitting to '' Display URLs as mysite.com ''
So what should i do?
Please help me figure this out
Thank you!


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Re: Google Webmaster Tools
« Reply #1 on: 08-21-2015, 01:49:34 »
Your domain name does not include the "www" - that part of an address is known as the sub-domain. It points to a folder on your web site. You can have multiple sub-domains, all registered under the same domain. So you could have "www.example.com," "discuss.example.com," and "blog.example.com," all registered as "example.com."

When you see Web addresses that have no apparent sub-domain (no "www" or other prefix) it's because the "www" has been removed using a file called ".htaccess" or some other programming.

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Re: Google Webmaster Tools
« Reply #2 on: 08-21-2015, 06:19:06 »
Your domain name does not include the "www" - that part of an address is known as the sub-domain. It points to a folder on your web site. You can have multiple sub-domains, all registered under the same domain. So you could have "www.example.com," "discuss.example.com," and "blog.example.com," all registered as "example.com."

When you see Web addresses that have no apparent sub-domain (no "www" or other prefix) it's because the "www" has been removed using a file called ".htaccess" or some other programming.
Goto
wordpress dashboard->settings->general->
wordpress adress (url)
site adress (url)
change both using full url e.g. http://www.mydomain.com

Now your website will accessible in both ways with www or without

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Re: Google Webmaster Tools
« Reply #3 on: 08-22-2015, 06:45:02 »
You have to fix first canonical issue, then redirect it to www by 301.

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Re: Google Webmaster Tools
« Reply #4 on: 08-22-2015, 06:54:20 »
Hello,

Previously my website is developed with www.example.com...Later on it again redeveloped as without www that means example.com

 This results canonicalization issue and redundant issue in Analytics.Since I have uploaded .htaccess file in the server but of no use.After this I have noticed my site is being hаcked frequently after uploading .htaccess file.Is it because of uploading htaccess file.

Please suggest me what all I need to do to rectify the things and to resolve canonical issue and ip canonicalization.Please suggest me it would be great help.

Thanks in advance...



 

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