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WordPress SEO Plugin - NEW, title, description & meta tags (8 posts)

  1. manncodesigns
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Announcing: SEO Meta Editor Advanced

    WordPress Plugin which allows user full control over optimizing each and every single page & post for the search engines by customizing the Title, Description & Meta Tags for each individual entry. Best WordPress Plugin for SEO.

    You can download it from: http://www.cheekyo.com/ultimate-seo-plugin-wordpress (and see it in use/action at: http://www.cheekyo.com - just check the source code)

  2. spencerp
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Nice one! Thanks for sharing it!

    spencerp

  3. new-land
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    hi
    i install your plugin , tnx

    but i have two problem with it
    1.i use this template: mw1.1 http://www.monetizingtheweb.com/wordpress-theme-mw/
    this template is seo and generate automatic description
    per post, and now your plugin is generate description in per post, if i have two description, is't problem for search engine ?
    ----------------------
    2. after add this code:

    <?
    if($meta_title)
    print "<title>$meta_title</title>";
    else
    {
    ?

    in header theme it say this error:

    Parse error: parse error in c:\program files\easyphp1-8\www\wordpress\wp-content\themes\mw1.1\header.php on line 12
    what is my problem ?

    please guide me
    thank you

  4. dolmadis
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Tried to use your plugin on Tarski Theme.

    Parse error at <div id="content">

    Can this be corrected or worked round please?

  5. Dickie
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    You have missed off some stuff.... In the readme it states that you need to add this to the header

    <?
    if($meta_title)
    print "<title>$meta_title</title>";
    else
    {
    ?>
    --- ------ here is the <title> </title> section in you theme ----- ------
    <?
    }
    ?>

    You did not complete the code section

    find the
    <title>My Current Title</title> part of your header and wrap it with this code so that it looks something like this

    <?
    if($meta_title)
    print "<title>$meta_title</title>";
    else
    {
    ?>
    <title>My Current Title</title>
    <?
    }
    ?>

    What this code is doing is replacing the "normal" title with the new one... but only if it's setup.
    You need to keep all the <? and ?> tags.
    In fact I would suggest changing them to <?php and ?> as that is the standard, and not all hosts support the short form.

  6. yowchuan
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I did exactly what the Readme.txt documented.

    However, I am having the following problem:

    The Meta Keywords and Meta Description that I specified for a new page does not override the original Meta Keywords and Meta Description originally used in the header.php file.

    This results in my new page having 2 set of Meta Keywords and 2 set of Meta Description.

    To overcome this problem, I can always delete the original Meta Keywords and Meta Description in the header.php file but that would make the pages that I did not specify any Meta Keywords or Meta Description DO NOT have any Meta Keywords and Meta Description.

    Is there anyway to fix this problem?

    This plugin is very badly supported.

    Thank you in advance if anyone can help point me in the right direction.

  7. kalico
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I just installed this plugin, and (at least in my theme) it creates meta tags for all the posts that didn't have them (that would be all of them!). You might try deleting them, and see what happens...you might find it works out just fine. You can't really expect the plugin to decide if you have other meta tags already hard coded, and then not put them on just those pages. Also, if you want support for this plugin, you should try contacting Holly directly via her website rather than posting here. That is how most developers communicate with the users of their plugins.

    HTH :)

  8. kalico
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I have made a minor modification to this plugin which might be useful to someone, particularly if you are using WP as a CMS and don't want the words "Blog Archive" in your post titles.

    I changed the title tag so that instead of "Blog Archive", it now displays the category the post is in before the post name, i.e.:

    Blog Title >> Category >> Post Name

    <title><?php bloginfo('name'); ?> <?php if ( is_single() ) { ?> &raquo; <?php single_cat_title(); ?> <?php } ?> <?php wp_title(); ?></title>

    The php in the conditional statement is probably clumsy, so if someone wants to make it nicer, that would be great...but it works! :)

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