Keep reading to see how ImageBoss implements SEO features.
How it Works?
We are aware that when you use ImageBoss, the URL of your images are now being exposed through the domain imageboss.me instead of your own. To help search bots like Google know that your images are not on the domain imageboss.me we add a HTTP response header so google can follow up the canonical URL of your images.
For example, if you request this image:
curl -X HEAD -I https://img.imageboss.me/mywebsite/height/500/images/01.jpg
The response HTTP headers will be something like this:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK Content-Type: image/jpeg Vary: Origin Cache-Control: public, max-age=26297438, s-maxage=26297438 Link: <http://mywebsite.me/images/01.jpg>; rel="canonical" CF-Cache-Status: HIT Server: cloudflare CF-RAY: 47bd2eb82ca8a8db-CDG
The "Link" header tells google that this image actually belongs to http://mywebsite.me/images/01.jpg and not imageboss.me.
Send us a message to support[at]imageboss.me if you have any problems with this.