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Greg's High Performance SEO kills bbpress (7 posts)

  1. OC2PS
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    It took me a lot of trial and error, deactivating and activating of plugins to figure out what the problem was with my bbpress.

    I don't know what, why or how, but there is some problem between bbPress and Greg's High Performance SEO. If Greg's is installed, bbPress does not work - your forum root will seem ok enough...but if you click on any forum, the forum's topic listing page will not list any topics, and the topic page will not show the discussion or any response options.

    This is sad because I have come to like Greg's High Performance SEO...but because I have decided, for many reasons, to move from phpbb to bbPress, I hope a fix is found soon.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gregs-high-performance-seo/

  2. GregMulhauser
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    Please see the plugin's FAQ, under "Does GHPSEO support my favourite plugin X (insert name of favourite plugin)?".

    The FAQ site is linked from every page of the plugin's admin interface.

    All the best,
    Greg

  3. OC2PS
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    http://gregsplugins.com/lib/faq/#toc_frequently-asked-questions-about-gregs-high-performance-seo

    Does GHPSEO support my favourite plugin X (insert name of favourite plugin)?
    Generally speaking, GHPSEO is designed to support the core functionality of WordPress. I don’t spend a lot of time chasing after other plugins that require the addition of more code so as to interoperate with them. The vast majority of plugins don’t require it anyway, because they too are designed to support the core functionality of WordPress rather than striking out on their own. So, my suggestion always is this: try it. If it works, great. If it doesn’t, choose a different plugin than Greg’s High Performance SEO.

    So basically the response is "If it works, it works; if it doesn't, it doesn't. Don't bother me"

  4. Sebastian Cork
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I just finished reading the FAQ as well and that does slightly disappoint me. While I can understand the point provided about WP core functionality, BuddyPress and bbPress are pretty much "greater core extensions" - more or so than any other plugins...I'd like to think - IMHO.

  5. Joy
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    You would be better off with WordPress SEO by Yoast anyway...

  6. brrainstormerr
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I was looking to use Greg's plugin but with the kind of support and his off-handed replies, i guess i better not... yes i know he is providing a plugin free of cost, but it doesn't cost to just respond in a single line rather than redirecting everyone to his own blog only to find there are no answers!

  7. GregMulhauser
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    For the record, people who actually read the documentation for my plugins -- or follow that big ole link at the top of my plugins' admin pages leading to "Information and FAQs" -- and then decide to write to me typically receive a detailed personal email response within minutes, occasionally hours, very rarely days.

    Yet some folks still do prefer to ignore my very simple request to contact me directly rather than to post random messages on a WordPress.org discussion forum -- and then complain about how awful it is that I'm not doing more of what I have already said I do not do (namely, dedicating lots of my personal time to discussion forums).

    All the best,
    Greg

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