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url trailing trash – how to get rid of it?

  • Hello,

    Is there a plugin that could redirect the following (just an example)

    /blog/tag/xyz/?iframe=true&width=95%&height=95%

    to the actual url?

    /blog/tag/xyz/

    For some reason, the url featuring the “iframe…” isn’t redirected on its own. It doesn’t get a “404 error message” either. Instead, visitors/bots get to see that page “xyz/iframe…” Even though it doesn’t really exist.

    The above, by the way, is just a sample. I’ve noticed this happening with other sorts of trailing url trash. Would like to get rid of them, if at all possible.

    Any assistance would be much appreciated.

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  • WordPress, by default, turns all ?blah blah blah add-ones into just showing the page.

    So if you went to domain.com/2011/postname?foo=baz&bar=zap, it would show you the CONTENT of domain.com/2011/postname/, but if you have a plugin that parsed foo=baz&bar=zap, they would be triggered as well.

    It’s not a problem, and disabling that would break other tools you migth be using.

    Thanks. In that case we’ll just leave things as they are. It’s not a common occurrence, anyway. Thanks again.

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