Right Usage of Canonical Tag

jatinder

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I dont know how to use canonical tags. My website has two urls like example.com and example.com/index.php . I prefer to only .com domain, not to index.php. I want to put a question in this case, on which page I have to apply canonical tag? Please answer me very soon.
 

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I dont know how to use canonical tags. My website has two urls like example.com and example.com/index.php . I prefer to only .com domain, not to index.php. I want to put a question in this case, on which page I have to apply canonical tag? Please answer me very soon.
Each website needs a main file to run for its home page, for PHP language it called example.com/index.php, ASP language it called as example.com/default.php

when you run example.com mean that you are running this example.com/index.php hence it has no difference between 2 these URLs.

If you want to use canonical tag

Using this code

Code:
<link rel="canonical" href="http://www.example.com"/>
Adding it before </head> on your homepage.
 
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