Comment on Stallion WordPress SEO Plugin by Nigel.
A colleague recently ran a free wesite auditreport for me using SEO Powersuite Website Auditor. Quite a lot for me to get to grips with, some of which I understand, some not quite so!!
One that has been reported though is duplicate rel=canonical statements which are generated by a)Project Supremacy SEO plugin, (that I use to manage my on page projects) and b)Stallion WordPress SEO plugin (that I place great faith in).
Not only are there duplicate rel=canonical statements for the page but they also point to two different pages.
All the pages have been created by the site owner, as an author. Example page: http://www.marshallpersonaltraining.co.uk/author/david_contributor/page/2/
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Stallion line code:
In Project Supremacy there is an option to insert a canonical page. If I leave it blank it defaults to the page that you are creating, in this case blog post why-am-i-not-losing-weight.
Stallion WordPress SEO plugin inserts the homepage as a default.
So couple of questions:-
1. Is it dangerous to have duplicate different rel=canonical statements from different plugins (this assumes the same page to redirect to).
2. Can you advise how I should address the above please so I can amend the other pages.
I may need to revert to the Project Supremacy guys but before I do I’d appreciate your input please so I can explain my issue to them with a degree of knowledge (that I’m clearly missing).
Thank you in advance.