Cool post, but I need to ask you an unrelated question. I use canonical URLs for my xposts but I don't see anything like the "Originally published at csrhymes.com on Feb 29, 2020" that this post has between the title and tags. I've seen a few authors that have it. How do you do that? (I'm pretty sure mine are working in general cause I see the HTML tag if I fetch the page, and Google search console also suggests they're working, so I'm not sure what I'm doing differently.)
Hi Ryan, my site has an RSS feed and I’ve connected it to dev.to in my settings. When I add a new post to my website it adds it as a draft to dev.to automatically. It sets the canonical url but I don’t know what else it does differently to generate the “originally posted at” bit.
Thanks for your answer! I will have to look into RSS.
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