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react js – Will Google Searchbot SEO also crawl my content APIs? Or do I really need nextjs SSR?

I am building a social media blog react website (basically like Medium.com) with virtual routing. E.g if user visits my-website.com/user456/post478 react will make an API Call to my cloud function to retrieve post478 of user456 from my BigTable DB. And then render it.

Is the Google SEO Indexing able to crawl this API while indexing the link? It’s very important to me that it crawls it, because of SEO.

If it doesn’t crawl, how can I solve that problem? Using nextjs SSR would be an option, but it’s pretty cost/processing intensive. React-Helmet is also not really an option since the content will be crawled again by an API, since it’s user generated.

Instead of storing the post in my BigTable DB, maybe I shall upload it as a static .json file to cloud-storage? But if my react app fetches the cloud function it will basically return user456post478.json , and if I just retrieve from cloud storage I will also get user456post478.json get.

The only difference is, that retrieving the user456post478.json from cloud-storage (with CDN) will be very much faster than getting it from my cloud function. is that the hitting key point for moving the content to static .json files instead of saving it in my BigTable DB?

Should I maybe somehow host the .json file to Firebase Hosting instead of Cloud Storage? But then I will end up storing 99999999 .json files in Firebase Hosting (because the files are user generated and with every day new ones will be uploaded). Is that OK? Does it make even a difference, storing the stuff on Hosting vs Storage? The only difference that I can think of, is that if it’s stored on Hosting, and is a dependency, it will get directly delivered with the index.html, is that true? But how to make it a dependency? I need some kind of logic or not? Since there will be 999999 json files and not everyone can be a dependency (since it will be 100GB big after time).

entities – Add new default value to existing content type

I’m currently on the latest version of Drupal 8. I have a content type called News and Articles. In this content type I have a field called Category which is a taxonomy term -> Entity reference field. When I first created this content type I added all my categories as default values.

Now 2 years later I want to add another default value to this content type. All the answers I’ve seen so far deal with making the change through the database. I wanted to see if there was a different option? Reason is because I have about 400 pages using this content type, really don’t want to make a new one.

Here a screenshot to the list I want to add to: https://ibb.co/XyJ58yS

Google Analytics – Match URLs on Unique Number in Content Drilldown Using RegEx?

I am trying to track pageviews on Google Analytics for knowledge base articles (on Zendesk).
Each article has a unique number. However, the title of the page is sometimes appended to the URL, and GA tracks this as a separate page. If the title of the article changes, it generates a new URL.

For example, these would all be the same article, so I want to see a single pageviews count, but GA would show as 3 separate stats


I want GA to roll up the articles matching on the unique number, and ignoring everything after that. Is there a built-in way to do this? Is there a way to do this with Regex? Where would I add the Regex for the Content Drilldown page? Help!

Thank you.

What are Content Section and Content Block ?

I'm trying to figure out what these things mean wand how they must look on a website.

8 – How to display content tagged with child terms in views?

I have a taxonomy vocabulary general in which I have a reference field to user roles allowed_roles.

I have two taxonomy terms. A and B where A is the parent of B.

Now I selected test_role in the A taxonomy term in allowed roles.

in the views I have added a relationship on Taxonomy term referenced from general.

In the contextual filter, I have added the allowed_roles with the above relationship and provided the test_role as value.

Now when I logged in with the user with role test_role, I can only see those content which are tagged with A. Which is default behaviour of the views and correct.

But I want that I should see all content of A and also those content which are tagged with the children of A.

is it possible with views? or I have to write a custom views relationship? Any idea?

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duplicate content – Trailing slash dups

Clearly, a slash or no slash define two different resources, except at the root level because the HTTP request can’t access the root without a slash.

The HTTP request for the root of a website looks like this:

GET / HTTP/1.1
Host: www.example.com

It’s just not technically possible to distinguish a version without a slash even if the URL syntax allows you to write it…

About a website hierarchy Google says:

When referring to the homepage, a trailing slash after the hostname is optional since it leads to the same content (https://example.com/ is the same as https://example.com). For the path and filename, a trailing slash would be seen as a different URL (signaling either a file or a directory), for example, https://example.com/fish is not the same as https://example.com/fish/.

Notice that here the author says “signaling either a file or a directory”. Another hint of the thought about slashes at Google.

Since file.html is referencing a file, it generally should not have a slash at the end (i.e. on a hard drive, you don’t put slashes at the end of filenames.) However, on the web you see it all and both appear here and there. I still think no slash is more common when you have an extension such as the .html.

I’ve seen CMS that place files attached to a page in a virtual sub-folder under that very page. So for example, if you had a recipe.pdf file, it could be:


Personally, I think it is weird to have a sub-directory under a .html because you can’t replicate that in a file system (in case you wanted later to create a static version of your website… you’d be in trouble with such virtual folders.)

A Google Example

Google had some examples about this problem (I’ll add the link if I find that page…) Their examples removed the extension as in:


(Note: Google says that they use the extension as a hint of the page’s contents, so file.html tells them that the content is most certainly HTML.)

So no slash at the end of what represents files, but when no extension is present, we get a folder and it makes sense to have a slash. So a complete list of the files could look like this:


Note: In the past, Google said that they would test parent folders automatically, even if the parent page is not defined in the sitemap.xml or in a link. So GoogleBot would check out all of the following:

# Found document:

# Also check parents:

However, I don’t recall ever seeing such hits in my logs. I never really look to prove that statement either. Yet, this means a functional parent is a good idea. Actually, as a user, I do that once in while, because when I see I’m in a certain sub-folder and think that I should be able to find things of interest one directory up, I manually try to go there by changing the URL. Website that break when you do that are definitely annoying.

When you save a webpage from Firefox or other browser, they create a sub-directory for all the files attached to the page (CSS, JS, images, etc.) and name it with the extension but change the period with an underscore. So something like this:


As for redirecting, it is not mandatory if your sitemap.xml and canonical are correct. In other words, if the search engines goes to:


but finds the following link meta tag:

<link rel="canonical" href="http://www.example.com/path/file.html"/>

then no 301 is required. Google & Co. will use the version without the slash.

The opposite is true too, of course. With the following, the slash version is saved and still no 301 is required:

<link rel="canonical" href="http://www.example.com/path/file.html/"/>

If you don’t have a proper canonical (or as I’ve seen on some CMS, if the code generating the canonical copies the URI as is–so you get two different pages in this case,) a redirect is probably the easiest way to fix the problem.

The sitemap.xml file must reference the page using the canonical URL of the page. So if the canonical uses the slash, the sitemap.xml URL will include the slash, and vice versa.

Querying WooCommerce Membership restricted content

Is it possible to build a query for the following:

  1. For members, within the search results, it is required that only restricted content (as specified by the WooCommerce membership addon) is shown to that member (i.e. the non-member content is hidden).
  2. For non-members, the opposite should be true, that is restricted membership content should be hidden.

We have the Relevanssi plugin installed, I’m not sure if that will change things

8 – How to get the file destination from a content type’s field_image to upload programatically

I have a cron job that goes and grabs content from another resource and uploads it into my drupal site, and this includes a link an image that I retrieve and upload into my S3 file system.

  • My site’s file system is set to Amazon S3
  • For my S3 Configurations, I have access_key and secret_key set in the settings.php file as well as the following settings:
$settings('s3fs.use_s3_for_public') = TRUE;
$settings('s3fs.use_s3_for_private') = TRUE;
$settings('php_storage')('twig')('directory') = 'sites/default/files/php/twig';
  • My Content Type’s field_image settings are to use s3 storage under the folder public/course_images
  • I’ve validated the s3 configurations and refreshed the metadata cache successfully

Right now, if I upload an image through the admin interface, it uploads as expected and works perfectly fine. However, in my cron job I keep getting the error The specified file 'temporary://fileBXiPLP' could not be copied because the destination directory 'public://course_images' is not properly configured.

In my cron job, here is how I attempt to upload the file:

$image_url_arr = explode("/", $image_url);
$image_name = end($image_url_arr);
$img = file_get_contents($image_url);
$file = file_save_data($img, "public://course_images/$image_name", FileSystemInterface::EXISTS_REPLACE);

I’ve tried to replace public://course_images with public://public/course_images and s3://public/course_images and I received the exact same error…

What’s even stranger is that my staging instance that has the exact same configurations and the same s3 bucket permissions works perfectly fine (specifically with the s3://public/course_images option.

Considering it uploads fine via the admin UI, how can I get the correct path to be able to upload to S3 programatically?