[Module] PrestaShop SEO Friendly URLs by FMEModules


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FME offers PrestaShop seo friendly URLs extension that automatically remove ids from home, product, category, manufacturer and suppliers pages.

Area of Function:
 
By default PrestaShop contains ids and numbers in URLs which are not good according to search engine guideline and they must have to remove to make URLs simple and user friendly.

This PrestaShop SEO friendly URLs module by FME instantly remove ids and numbers and all you have to install it on your web store. This extension is also available at PrestaShop official marketplace to download and use for your store.    

Key Features:

Clean show URLs by removing numbers and Useless IDs
Automatically apply 301 redirection and helps to avoid from 404 errors
Improves SEO of your web store
It provides a report on duplication conflicts URLs for product and category pages

ScreenShots:









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[Module] PrestaShop SEO Friendly URLs by FMEModules
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FME offers PrestaShop seo friendly URLs extension that automatically remove ids from home, product, category, manufacturer and suppliers pages.

Area of Function:
 
By default PrestaShop contains ids and numbers in URLs which are not good according to search engine guideline and they must have to remove to make URLs simple and user friendly.

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Key Features:

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ScreenShots:










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