Duplicate content on Google rankings

After setting up your website to work through a CDN Resource with CDN77, your content may be accessible both from your domain as well as the CDN URL / CNAME, which can result in unnecessary duplicity and damage your SEO ranking.

You can prevent Google from crawling duplicate links by setting up Canonical URLs.

The best way to configure this and to achieve the best SEO is to include the HTTP header "rel=canonical" with your CDN files.

An example of such an HTTP Header is:

Link: http://www.example.com/downloads/white-paper.pdf; rel="canonical"

For more in-depth information regarding this, have a look at the following tutorial from Google.

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Setting Up CDN77 Two-Step AuthenticationAn optional security feature that prevents anyone but you from accessing your CDN77 accountCDN77 & the GDPRGDPR and what type of user data we collect.CDN77 and CloudflareUse CDN77 with Cloudflare as an additional cache layer.