Force permalink ordering set in FWW

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  1. Dave H.
    March 29, 2020 @ 7:23 pm

    This is fixed in beta and more options have been added related to canonicals. You can now:

    1) Configure order of each attribute
    2) Configure if attribute is in canonical or not
    3) Configure if attribute is indexable or not
    4) Any URL parameters not registered as canonical and/or the product category, will not be included in the canonical. That means minprice, maxprice, orderby, and any attributes any malicious competitors add will *work* but the canonical will always be sorted. e.g. if you have the attribute order as flavour then colour you could have /dogs/beef/white/ and /dogs/white/beef/ but the canonical will ALWAYS be correct. This is the best approach.

    Note I’ve separated out the extra ‘noindex’ + rel=nofollow too. So you can specify that if a particular attribute is in the URL then the page should be set to noindex if you wish, or you can just rely on the canonical.

    And values per attribute are now always sorted in the canonical – regardless if you use pretty permalink or URL parameter.

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