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This plugin was developed to allow canonical tags as response headers to be created via htaccess for attachment files such as pdfs and docs. The plugin: Generates an htaccess file to manage the wp-content/uploads directory where these files are being uploaded Updates the htaccess file with canonical tags which are delivered via a header when the attachment is called Creates a dashboard where you can easily filter and find attachments without canonicals or that are not attached to a post. Creates a dashboard where you can easily attach a file to its parent post (one at a time or in bulk) or manually add/remove a canonical tag for a file Allows you to add a canonical url from the media file in the library or when you upload Creates a dashboard to edit the .htacess file directly for the uploads directory in case there are additional files in the directory that were uploaded outside of wordpress (e.g. during a site migration) The challenge: Analytics software such as Google Analytics, cannot track a user that enters a website via a pdf file in Google search results. Files cannot have a standard canonical tag added in the <head> and instead the canonical tag has to be added via an http header when the file is requested from the server. In order to...
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