1. Manny Munoz
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  3. Tuesday, 09 January 2024
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Dear Support team,

I've notice that my pages are accessible by just adding "#!/ccomment" at the end of the URL, whether the page has a comment or not, then the pages are trying to be indexed by Google, causing a duplication error between the original page and the one with this string at the end "#!/ccomment" . I use Screaming Frog and the suffix appears as this too: "?_escaped_fragment_=/ccomment", and got a warning saying old AJAX javascript is used, because the page shows up the "#' symbol

This has an impact on my SEO, is there a way to remove the "#!/ccomment" that you can add at the end of every URL?

Thanks so much!
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