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I really, really hope I'm wrong on this one...
I just moved to Genesis and it seems like the way rel="next" / rel="prev" is handled for a paginated page (i.e. a real page with "<!--nextpage-->" inserted in the editor) is 100% plain wrong !!!
1) First of all, there is only rel="next" inserted in the head tags... not a single rel="prev", even when a previous page does exist... (???)
2) Let's say you have your page with 2 "<!--nextpage-->", so you have 3 parts :
On the second page the rel="next" should indicate "domain.com/my-page/3"... but right now it links to the HOMEPAGE !!!
This is completely WRONG and doesn't at all follow Google guidelines :
Please fix this ASAP, right now I can't use this Theme with such enormous bugs.
Cheers,http://localhost, not applicable
By the way you need to have your pagination fixed from A to Z as you have other bugs, example the canonical tag of the page :
should be :
and not :
as it's currently the case !!!
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