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Question separate website for mobile and desktop .



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Guys I need help for one of my client website i.e.
they have one website for desktop i.e. for desktop and mobile
This is an old practice I believe?
Will this cause duplicate content and how to fix this if the client do not want to merge the platform to one?

Jennifer Neon

Jennifer Neon

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Hey @hazellrogtao how are you?
Yes, you are right developing a website that has the same content for both mobile and desktop is an old practice. Take the example of big giants like Facebook, the desktop site is and for mobile it is So there is no such issue in this but even if you want a solution for this can use a Canonical URL.
Internal linking plugin

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