I have created a Web site to do with Booking Accommodation and am getting a little confused about a few things.
I have an SSL certificate which works with 'bookingac.com' so decided to have the whole site without www in front to simplify things. A problem is that all of my pages can be accessed with the www in front or not, and I am concerned that this may be bad for my search engine ranking. Therefore, I created a page called redirector.aspx which does "Response.RedirectPermanent("http://bookingac.com/home", True)" as the default page. This effectively removes the www for the home page but not the other pages. I have an http module which redirects from http to https and back for pages where security is required.
Am I going about removing the www the right way? Should I be removing the www using the http module? I had that half working but it appeared to break the ability to logout once logged in.
I have URL routing working so perhaps I should remove the www using that? I am not sure how to go about that.
In addition I had links like this
which now look like this
and Google is taking forever to pick up the new URL - I still accept both. I have updated all of t
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