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  • Kc George

    Hi Davide,

    You would have published blackcurrant7251689.brizy.site to Netlify and then later added the custom domain to Netlify. Hence adding  www.thegreatarmando.com as the canonical URL was not an option at the time of publishing. Your best solution is to manually update the canonical URL in GitHub. 

    You can do this in a minute. Here is how. https://jmp.sh/2u3MxMP Please check if the canonical link has been updated on your website five minutes after you have updated the URL in GitHub

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  • Davide G

    THanks, but anytime I update from brizy it would overwrite it? 

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  • Kc George

    Hi Davide,

    You are right; every time you make an update, the changes you made at GitHub will be overwritten with brizy.site canonical. If Netlify can add its own canonical link header like mentioned here, you may have a solution. https://answers.netlify.com/t/improved-seo-with-canonical-link-headers/11095

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