8 – How can I limit access to static pages in my project?

I have a site I created with Drupal 8, lets say https://example.com/.

I have “embedded” a static site (a bunch of static pages linked to each other) as a “subsite” of example.com, i.e. accessible as https://example.com/whatever/, by ‘simply’ putting all its files in a subfolder of the D8 site, i.e. docroot/whatever.
I’d like to limit access to this “subsite” to the users that are registered to my D8 site.

How can I do that?

How do I see total “Sessions” for certain pages on Google Analytics?

On Google Analytics, I can use the Behavior tab to see the details of my pages and how many Page Views and Unique Page Views they generated.

I want to know if there is a way to select a number of pages and see how many unique Sessions those pages had.

For example, if I myself visited a few pages from my site, this is how Analytics currently shows it:

Page            Page Views    Unique Page Views
-----------------------------------------------
/index.html     5             1
/about.html     2             1
/contact.html   1             1
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                8             3 

There’s no way to know all of this was generated by 1 session. How can I possibly do this?

seo – Would Google consider it door way pages to create pages for each menu item that are very similar and allow online ordering?

Let’s say I have a food delivery business that offers pizzas, hot dogs, ice cream, burritos, etc. My website has a page titled “What food do we offer” and that page has a list of food types each linking to a separate page, like this:

/pizza  
/hotdog  
/icecream  
/burrito  

All these pages are basically the same, except that the type of food is different. So it would say something like

“Order your pizza quickly and easily online here!”
“Order your hotdog quickly and easily online here!”
“Order your ice cream quickly and easily online here!”
“Order your burrito quickly and easily online here!”

… and a few other phrases like this.

Obviously this is designed to lure anyone who is looking for, say, pizza to our website where it is specifically mentioned that they can order pizza.

Is this bad for SEO, i.e. would Google see this as a set of doorway pages?

How to backup the pages of a wikilibrary from SharePoint Online with Powershell to my own drive?

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Internal links from “money pages”

We have around 5 pages on our site that are our Money Pages. We do give them love internally with links from other pages such as blog posts, informational pages, etc.

We also link from our money pages to other money pages and to other pages/topics that we write about on the money page.
On our most important page, we have 7 internal links in the <body>.

What is best practice? Should we remove all internal links in our money pages or does it not matter?
SEMrush

Thanks!

 

xml – Creating custome pages structure with wordpress

I want to groupd the pages on their respective folder, let me explain.
I want to put the pages relating to hotel on the folder called hotels, the url should be like domain.com/hotels when user click this url it will list of the hotels, when user chooses any hotel on the list i.e hotel-a, the url should be domain.hotels/hotel-a.

I have tried with different plugins but nothing helped me.

sharepoint online – Converting wiki pages to modern pages with Pnp PowerShell creates pages with links to Previous_xxx.aspx

I am using the PnP PowerShell script Convert-WikiAndWebPartPages.ps1 (with the switch ‘Modern page takes source page name’ set to true), from Transforming to modern site pages using PowerShell, to convert site pages to modern pages.

But I am running into an issue with the migrated wiki pages. The pages contain links to the other pages, but after the conversion the links in the modern pages are pointing to Previous_xxx.aspx.

So after the conversion to modern pages all links need to be fixed to the original source page name (and I would like to keep the page creation/modification info).

Which PnP PowerShell commands can I use to correct the links?

seo – Is it right to use canonical on blog posts to category pages to provide value to the category page?

Canonical tags can only be used when two pages have the same content. They tell search engines which of the two duplicate URLs is your preferred URL that you would like to have indexed. When you use canonical tags for any other purpose, search engines are likely to ignore the tags. Google especially has been ignoring canonical tags when the content of the pages isn’t duplicate for a few years now.

If you use a canonical tag on a blog post pointing to the category page, what you are trying to say to search engines is: “Don’t index this page full of text, rather index and rank this other page that has a bunch of links on it.” That doesn’t make any SEO sense. Pages with text are better for SEO than pages of links. Users don’t like to click from the search results to get another page with a lot of links from which they have to click again to get what they want. Users would rather land directly on some specific page that has exactly what they want. Google knows this and ranks pages accordingly. Category pages don’t have a lot of SEO value. It is difficult to get them to rank, and rightly so. If you want your category pages to rank, it is best to enhance them beyond the default functionality provided by most blog platforms.

The best way to pass value from one page to another on your site is not to use canonical tags. Rather, use links from your blog pages to your valuable pages.

How can I hide /scald-tags/ pages?

How to make Scald-tags pages unavailable for users to reach?
Pages like this one: https://nsarchive.gwu.edu/scald-tags/ebb718
Thanks.

google – Is it possible to have deep links open in the mobile app when installed rather than going to AMP pages?

We have both app indexed deep linking + amp pages support for one of the product on our websites.
Initially the flow was that if a user has app installed the link used to take user to app and if app is not installed it used to show AMP page and flow is taken control by AMP app.

But recently even though user has app installed, it is shown AMP and flow goes in AMP funnel.
Do we have control of taking the user to desired funnel. Example our native app funnels perform better than AMP funnel. So we want the behavior is discussed above (native > amp)

And is this AMP > native behaviour happened recently or announced somewhere or our app is a part of some kind of A/B Google is doing.