- My business
- Media Library
- Scheduling product visibility
- Image Auto-sizing and Aspect Ratio
- How to add a product
- Editing full product description
- Stocked product variants
- Importing Products from CSV - Evance 4
- Importing Products from CSV - Evance 5
- Adding products to categories
- Adding related products
- Duplicating a product
- Discontinuing a product
- Adding a product supplier
- Scheduling product price changes
- Quantity based pricing
- Access role based pricing
- How to disable a product
- Adding product stock settings
- Managing product photos
- Locating products with low stock
- Adding product specifications
- Adjusting product weight
- Adding a product to a category
- Reactivating a product
- Shipping and handling
- Order desk
Evance automates a number of tasks with regard to content referencing and URL management.
We have not implemented self-referencing canonicals. These are useful for Google if your site is scraped by another. If left intact, the canonicals reference your own site as the source. Self-referencing canonicals are in our roadmap but we have no current date for implementation.
Canonical tags generally
Evance calculates when to implement canonical tags based on the following rules:
- The URL in the address bar does not match the URI path registered for the page.
- One or more query parameters are present in the URL, except for the page parameter where the value for page is greater than 1 (see Pagination tags).
To inform Google where pages are part of a series we automate the addition of pagination tags for Pages and Categories. These are used instead of Canonical tags.
So, in a series of 10 pages a URL including
?page=5 will include:
<link rel=”prev” href=”...?page=4” />
<link rel=”next” href=”...?page=6” />