How to Remove ?M=1 :The “?m=1” parameter appended to a URL in Blogger is used to force a mobile version of a website to be displayed. When this parameter is present, the website will display a simplified version that is optimized for smaller screens and touch-based navigation, rather than the full desktop version.
In some cases, the “?m=1” parameter can be added to a URL automatically, for example, when a user accesses a website from a mobile device. This can result in URLs that include the “?m=1” parameter, even when the user is not intentionally requesting the mobile version of the website.
If you prefer to have clean and consistent URLs, you can remove the “?m=1” parameter using the custom redirects method described in my previous answer.
Why Blogger shows ?m=1 in Mobile URLs ?
Blogger shows the “?m=1” parameter in mobile URLs to indicate that the mobile version of a website is being displayed. This is a way for Blogger to dynamically serve a version of the website that is optimized for smaller screens and touch-based navigation when a user accesses the website from a mobile device.
The “?m=1” parameter is appended to the end of the URL as a query string and is used to specify that the mobile version of the website should be displayed. This allows the website to serve a different version of the page based on the user’s device and viewing preferences, while still retaining the same base URL.
By adding the “?m=1” parameter to the URL, Blogger can provide a better user experience for mobile users and ensure that the website is properly optimized for smaller screens and touch-based navigation.
How to remove ?m=1 from Blogger Using Scripts
- Log in to your Blogger account
- Go to the “Theme” section and select “Edit HTML”
- Save your changes