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add <link rel="alternate" hreflink=""> to pages #42

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stapelberg opened this Issue Jan 21, 2017 · 1 comment

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stapelberg commented Jan 21, 2017

…so that search engines can deliver results in the best lanugage for their users. See also https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/2620865?hl=en

@stapelberg stapelberg changed the title from add language versions to sitemap to add <link rel="alternate" hreflink=""> to pages Jan 22, 2017

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Actually, the sitemaps contain references to the index pages of a package, which are always in english. Hence, we’ll need to add the tags to the manpages themselves, which is not trivial due to the way our templates are structured (header.tmpl cannot access manpage.tmpl-specific attributes).

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stapelberg commented Jan 22, 2017

Actually, the sitemaps contain references to the index pages of a package, which are always in english. Hence, we’ll need to add the tags to the manpages themselves, which is not trivial due to the way our templates are structured (header.tmpl cannot access manpage.tmpl-specific attributes).

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