Hi folks, I can't find much regarding SEO specs in the documentation or the forum.
Currently, the most poignant, up-to-date information on SEO : ** We understand that sometimes your domains can’t be set up to coincide with our rules exactly because of firewall or client needs, backwards compatibility, SEO, or the humidity level in Denver. We totally get it, and have a solution.**
I have a few questions to make sure I am covering all key SEO aspects when working with Statamic
Full SEO Suite
This is available: https://github.com/jrc9designstudio/statamic-seo Since no changes have been made in the past year, I wanted to check-in and see if this is still compatible. It seems to handle quite a few things but these are the elements that no one talks about anywhere:
Nothing can be found in the documentation or forum either regarding this. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/1663744?hl=en
Nothing can be found in the documentation or forum either regarding this. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/139066?hl=en
No index, no follow
Nothing can be found in the documentation or forum either regarding this. https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/93710?hl=en
Is there an add-on to help us generate a sitemap.xml document? https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/183668?hl=en
I saw that you have this available to handle caching: https://github.com/lesaff/statamic-cachemanager
You also have solid documentation regarding caching here: https://docs.statamic.com/caching
I have 2 questions:
- are there any elements that could cause issues due to incompatibility with Stache? Anything I should pay attention to before asking for other cache optimization elements?
- what do you recommend with SEO in mind: half or full measure?
Is there something that can be added to the CMS itself to ensure that all images uploaded are automatically compressed? I see this: https://github.com/4rn0/statamic-image-optimizer is available.
You have taken care of this here: https://docs.statamic.com/installing#rewrite
D.U.S.T. (duplicate URL, same text)
Does the CMS generate strange alternate URLs to access the same content? For example, some pages in WordPress can be accessed via 4 different URLs (main URL, tags, categories, etc.).
I don't see an add-on for this. Just wanted to make sure I didn't miss anything in the documentation.
Thank you very much!