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Quote from: balai on October 01, 2020, 13:33:34 PMImho filtering and SEO do not go together.The filtering application is a tool, aiming at advancing the user experience.It is usually complex/heavy and creates a lot of pages with identical content.Look the filtering apps (including their urls) of amazon, ebay, google, etc. They are totally crap in terms of SEO.In short i see more problems than gains in that approach.My suggestion is to let the search engines crawl your main product pages (categories, manufacturers).If you are going to use a filtering extension, make sure that it uses canonical tags pointing those pages, in it's results and use no-follow for it's links.Otherwise you will end up with a bunch of duplicate content in the search results.
Quoteagree, it's hard, but not impossible
Quote from: pinochico on October 01, 2020, 17:08:43 PMQuoteagree, it's hard, but not impossibleYes Martin, we use customfiltersPro form value, but we are hard working on override JS and template and after 120 developers hour we are lucky.Then is the only question about money
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