How to exclude ?m=1 from the Blogger URL: Blogger.com, the best place to publish your blog online. If you have a blog on blogger.com, you will notice that there’s ?m=1 at the end of your domain name when you open it on your mobile phone.
This ?m=1 will only appear on mobile devices. And even if you add a custom domain, it will also appear at the end of it.
Suppose your domain is mydomain.blogspot.com, so when you visit your site on a mobile device, it will be shown as https://mydomain.blogspot.com/?m=1. But we don’t like any extra thing to be shown in our URL, do we?
Here I will show you how to exclude ?m=1 from Blogger URL and make your URL look more professional.
How to exclude ?m=1 from the Blogger URL
- Login to your blogger.com’s dashboard
- Click on Theme
- Click on Edit HTML
- Now save and exit from HTML editor.
- Visit your site on mobile.
You will get the closing body tag on the bottom of your HTML. Scroll down to the bottom and then make a space before /body tag and paste the code. And then save it.
Many among us don’t notice that part deeply, and it’s not even a bug that we must need to fix. You can ignore this part, no SEO impact here.