I have noticed an important issue and I'm surprised that nobody has given focus to it, so no solution found in internet yet.
I want to create a multilingual site (greek and english) and I have enabled "Add Store Code to Urls" and created two store views with the corresponding codes en (english) and el (greek).
I have set up greek as default.
The issue is that the system gives the exact same page if you go to example.com/page and if you go to example.com/el/page. This of course is 100% duplicate content and will be for sure penalized!
So how can we solve this?
1. redirect all pages with /el/ to the one without it
2. redirect all pages without code to /el/ (my preference)
3. block access to pages without code
I'm using nginx.
How can achive the above? What implications we may have?
I would prefer to achieve solution 2. but if I do it with nginx redirects then if I hit /admin this will direct to /el/admin and this will create an infinite loop.
How all the people with multilingual sites solve this major issue? Am I missing something? I haven't found adequate solutions in internet
Here is also a similar question but they closed the subject without solution!
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