I’m managing a website with different articles. These articles have tags attached to them (tagvalue1, tagvalue2, etc).
When the article is displayed, all its tags are displayed with hyperlinks whose values are like “www.website.com/tag/tagvalue1”.
Then when I click this link “www.website.com/tag/tagvalue1”, it opens "“www.website.com/tag/tagvalue1/”.
And that’s the page with all the articles that have this tag.
So it’s ok for me as a user/visitor.
-> Problem with Google indexing (inside the Google Search Console).
All the pages “www.website.com/tag/tagvalue1” are excluded from indexing because of “Page with redirect”.
Redirect because… “www.website.com/tag/tagvalue1” leads automatically to “www.website.com/tag/tagvalue1/” with a slash / at the end.
In my _config.yml, it have “permalink: pretty” and “permalink: /:categories/:title/”
- removing the last / doesn’t change anything.
- having “:title:output_ext” doesn’t change anything. Even along with “permalink:ordinal”
Obviously I missed something. But was searching for some time I couldn’t find anything. Where can I fix that?
Thanks in advance for your help!