@stephon 1. If you have multiple versions of your website in different languages, you can set the hreflang attribute in the <head> of the HTML document on each page to indicate the language and region of the page.
- Identify the language codes for each language you are targeting and separate them with dashes. For example, "en-US" for English, and "es-MX" for Spanish in Mexico.
- Include a self-referential hreflang attribute on each page, so the language code for that page is linked to itself. This helps Google understand which page is associated with which language code.
- Include a link in the <head> of the HTML document on each page to the localized versions of the page, using the language and region code for the alternate pages.
- Test and validate your hreflang tags on each page to make sure they are correctly set up and correctly linked to each other. You can use Google's free Structured Data Testing Tool or other online hreflang validators to test your tags.