I have VAPP 0.8.1 on WP 3.6.1. I’m trying to find the best solution to allow readers to view all pages of a paginated article as one and VAPP seems to work pretty well for that purpose.
However, I’m concerned about its SEO impact. I’m also using WordPress SEO and realized that the /viewall/ page YAPP generates inherits the same title and meta description as the first page of the paginated version. Since the first portion of the /viewall/ page’s text is obviously going to be identical to that of the first page, this seems like a recipe for search engine robots marking them as duplicate content.
Is there some way to control the title of the /viewall/ page or assign its value like a page number so that WordPress SEO could add that to the title? (With the other pages, the SEO plugin automatically appends “| Page X of Y” to the meta title.) If I could at least give the /viewall/ page a different title (“Article Title | View All Pages” or something like that), it seems like it would help.
Alternatively, is there a way to noindex only the /viewall/ page?
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