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Wordpress auto redirect http://example.com?lang=fa to http://example.com/?lang=fa how to stop that?

  • Are you sure WP is doing that and not your browser? Those URLs are the same, and the /? version is more correct – Tom J Nowell May 14 at 20:38
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This can't be done, and it isn't WordPress, it isn't even a redirect.

example.com?foo=bar isn't a real URL, so the browser corrects it to example.com/?foo=bar before it's sent out, no redirection happens

  • I can not agree with you. The WordPress ends the addresses with a slash, and when there is no trailing slash in the address, it redirects. example.com/pane_name will be redirected to example.com/page_name/, and example.com/foo?paged=2 to example.com/foo/?paged=2. In both cases a HTTP 301 header is sent. – nmr May 14 at 21:34
  • Both those URLs mean the same thing though, this isn't being done for SEO purposes is it? – Tom J Nowell May 14 at 21:39
  • Probably WordPress is trying to maintain linking consistency, it's possible that for SEO, but this is not my field. I meant only that it is not the browser changes address, and that redirection, however, takes place. – nmr May 14 at 21:53
  • im moving from another cms to wordpress so its for seo.wordpress just redirect firstpage so this link example.com/foo?paged=2 not redirecting – Jerry May 15 at 6:19
  • So that case wouldn't be affected, it's only the trailing slash on the very end that matters, e.g. /foo vs /foo/ that Google pays attention to, see seroundtable.com/google-trailing-slashes-url-24943.html – Tom J Nowell May 15 at 12:10

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