I was wondering if you are familiar with SEO and PHP. You know how there is an index.php file and it contains meta tags and meta descriptions? Well I have that set-up for my current site (www.djizm.org) and we have good google rankings.
If I were to change the site to (www.djizm.org/wordpress) (CSS), what implications will that make to our SEO?
Is there a way to copy over the meta tags, meta descriptions, etc so it remains consistent and keep google rankings?
Use a 301 redirect done correctly and you should be OK on the SEO front. You may see a short-term drop, but in the long term you should be OK. 301 redirects tell search engines that a URL (or multiple URLs) have permanently moved to a new location.
If you are moving everything at the root into a sub-directory, set the 301 redirect syntax in your .htaccess file to point all URLs at the root of your site to that new sub-directory. This will automatically redirect all old URLs to your new. Adjust the syntax depending on how you’re moving things around.
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