NO WWW CANONICAL option (2 posts)

  1. Lotus9
    Posted 1 year ago #


    I'm using WordPress 3.4.1 (French version) with Redirection 2.2.13.

    The option Canonical ( determine whether the www should be removed or added to your site URL) is not there

    Under Modules, when I click edit on WordPress, it only brings up a field to give it a new name, Save/Cancel. There is no "Strip WWW" or "Force WWW" as all the instruction I've read describe.(And no time limit, and no error level option too)

    What is the problem? I simply need to force WWW on my domain on a multisite WordPress.

    Thanks for your help


  2. Lotus9
    Posted 1 year ago #


    Please help me , I need it very much.

    Because the WordPress module of the plugin have no canonical option, I tested the Apache module. When I activate the "Force WWW" option in the Apache module, URL with http://www.mydomain.org don't work, and with mydomain.org don't work too.

    Because I want only to use http://www.mydomain.org (to not have duplicate content), I asked to my DNS provider to do a 301 redirection from mydomain.org to http://www.mydomain.org.
    Normallly mydomain.org should be redirected to http://www.mydomain.org and work.

    For a reason I don't understand, http://www.mydomain.org become mydomain.org ans then a loop start.

    Why can't the "Force WWW" option work and what to do?

    When I stop the "Force WWW" option, then http://www.mydomain.org is redirected to mydomain.org !

    Thanks for your help, I need it very much.
    This issue is very bad for SEO and the http://www.domain have already disapered from Google ! :-/

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