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Our journal (radap.kpi.ua) publish paper on three languages Ukrainian, Russian and English, because we use in OJS three localization. But search engines could index only one localization that by default.
I found that in head tag there is metadatas on three languages, but it seems that only google scolar recognize their, rest of engines (include common google) not pick up this metedata.
Is it possible to provide unique URL for different language localization? May be by use mod_rewrite
Thanks a lot,
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. There's a couple of patches linked there that will permit a "uiLocale" URL parameter to override the locale for any page. You can use mod_rewrite to affix that parameter to URLs going into OJS according to whatever scheme you like.
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