Is your Rel=‘canonical’ correct? What if someone modified it? When did you last check?

Little Warden can check up to every hour and give you a history of what changed and when so you can take action.

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The rel=‘canonical’ tag has quickly become a staple in the SEO pantry (sorry we’ve been watching too much Bake Off).

It’s simple to make mistakes though (linking to the http version on a https website, changing the page URL without changing the canonical or just making a mistake in the editing, we’ve seen it all).

With this check enabled Little Warden assumes that the rel=‘canonical’ should appear and be self referential to the URL checked but if it should be elsewhere, you can easily override and you’ll get a notification if that rel=‘canonical’ ever changes.

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