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wp-query-multiple-taxonomies permalink issue WordPress


I am using [[LINK href=""]]Taxonomy Drill-Down[[/LINK]] for filtering posts on [[LINK href=""]][[/LINK]] but i have some problems about dublicate content because of permalink issue:

[[LINK href=""]][[/LINK]]
[[LINK href=""]][[/LINK]]
Those pages are same content but different urls. ( you can see all filters in [[LINK href=""]][[/LINK]] )

Plugin's wiki:
[[LINK href=""]][[/LINK]]

<blockquote>If you want to be even more specific, you can also change the final URL for each term:

function my_qmt_url( $url, $query ) {
// Do something to $url, based on $query
return $url;
add_filter( 'qmt_url', 'my_qmt_url', 10, 2 );

Well, i couldnt figure how to fix this. What i want:

* must redirect to Actually if possible, might created as

* if multi taxonomy filter like [[LINK href=""]][[/LINK]]
redirect or created as
So "marka" taxonomy will be first and "konu" will be second

Answers (2)


scribu answers:

I was under the impression that WordPress automatically redirected you from <em>?marka=vichy</em> to <em>/marka/vichy/</em>, but I guess not.

Ünsal Korkmaz comments:

Any solution for those scribu? At least i need to fix that filter canonical problem.. like:
<link rel="canonical" href="" />

Because google started to give Duplicate title tags errors in

Ünsal Korkmaz comments:

for future, i found solution for first problem..
in w3 total cache "Cache URIs with query string variables" must be selected or its not redirecting..

if you have a solution for 2nd problem and extra problem that i am talking in comment above me, please share with me, i saw "This question has expired." i couldnt expand it. I have no idea why a question expiring before getting answer..


Peter Michael answers:

WordPress uses canonical URL's, double content should not be an issue on your site.

Open for example and have a look in the source html in the browser. You can see in the header:
rel="canonical" href="" />

Read more about canonical URL's [[LINK href=""]]here
[[/LINK]] and [[LINK href=""]]here[[/LINK]] for ex.


Peter Michael comments:

One more link: [[LINK href=""]][[/LINK]]

Ünsal Korkmaz comments:

Well good catch for 1 more problem..
<link rel="canonical" href="" />
basically this is wrong.

Peter Michael comments:

Maybe that's a rewrite issue with the Taxonomy Drill-Down plugin. Scribu? Maybe you can have a look at this?