Where is a Canonical Tag Used? 

The easiest way to specify a canonical URL is to use a rel = canonical tag in the source code to supplement the meta-information. A canonical is a simple HTML element and is placed within the <head> section of the double website and looks like this: 

<link rel = “canonical“ href = ”https:/yourwebsite.com/pullover/tips//”> 

Here is a Brief Explanation of What it Means in Plain English: 

<link rel = “canonical”: The inserted link represents the original is the canonical version of the page. 

href = “https:/yourwebsite.com/pullover/tips//”>: The canonical version can be found at this URL. 

The advantage of this method is that an infinite number of duplicate pages can be added. However, it also has its drawbacks. There is a risk of increasing the number of pages and allocation problems on larger websites. 

In addition to setting HTML tags, Google also provides other options for specifying canonical URLs in their official Search Console documentation.