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  1. alts solution

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    duplicate content issue
    i have a page called car.html and it have pagination,

    example :

    car.html (pagination first page)
    car/page/2 (pagination second page)

    if i add a content on both pages it will calculate as a duplicate content ?
     
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    what about <link rel="prev" href="car.html ">
     
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    Using the rel=”prev”/”next” and canonical tags, you can deliver your users with an enhanced experience and keep your site from the duplicate content issues that can potentially come with pagination.
     
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    it's means rel=”prev”/”next” and canonical tags are same effect , right ?
     
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    Right. I also think there is a plugin for doing that.
     
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    For your use case, you should use rel=prev/next.

    rel=prev/next is used for pagination scenarios.
    rel=canonical is used for http://example.com/cars.html & http://www.example.com/cars.html and pointing the non-www to the www version.

    Sorry I missed the pagination part of your question initially, I was only paying attention to the .html extension, then the .html extension not being present on the URL. :)