You Have Site Versions For France And Italy And You Set Up Two Hreflangs For Them. For The Rest Of Your End-Users You Plan To Use The English Version Of The Site. Which Directive Will You Use?

You Have Site Versions For France And Italy And You Set Up Two Hreflangs For Them. For The Rest Of Your End-Users You Plan To Use The English Version Of The Site. Which Directive Will You Use?

  • <link rel=”alternate” href=”http://example.com/” hreflang=”x-default”/>
  • <link rel=”alternate” href=”http://example.com/en” hreflang=”uk”/>
  • <link rel=”alternate” href=”http://example.com/en” hreflang=”en-au”/>
You Have Site Versions For France And Italy And You Set Up Two Hreflangs For Them. For The Rest Of Your End-Users You Plan To Use The English Version Of The Site. Which Directive Will You Use?

You Have Site Versions For France And Italy And You Set Up Two Hreflangs For Them. For The Rest Of Your End-Users You Plan To Use The English Version Of The Site. Which Directive Will You Use?

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