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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0003723OXID eShop (all versions)4.09. SEO, SEO URLpublic2015-12-01 10:21
Reportertjungcl 
PriorityhighSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
Status acknowledgedResolutionreopened 
Product Version4.5.8 revision 42471 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0003723: CMS pages with plain-param are indexed
Descriptionif a search engine finds a link to a plain cms page such as agbs or (in our case) delivery information, it indexes the page as seperate page.

There's neither a canonical tag nor a noindex, see screenshot.
TagsCanonical Link, CMS
ThemeAzure
BrowserAll
PHP VersionNot defined
MySQL VersionNot defined

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tjungcl

2012-03-14 16:50

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dainius.bigelis

2012-03-15 10:24

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Hi,

Could you please give some examples in which cases you have links with plain-params to cms pages?

tjungcl

2012-03-15 10:52

reporter   ~0005997

In your demoshop I only found one:
in checkout step 4 (order) the agbs are opened in a popup.
The <a> tag has nofollow set, but we all know, that google doesnt care.
Furthermore the link is in the checkout, which google should never reach.

But:
The plain-mode is a very usefull feature, which we use to show the shipping-cost information in the detail view in a popup (instead of leaving the page as you do in the example template).

So if shopowners make use of your plain-mode feature, it will happen that google indexes those pages seperatly (as it happened on our page).