A Free yet feature rich metadata plugin that can optimize your web site for more efficient indexing and easier sharing of your content.
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The following questions and answers have been recently added to our FAQ:
Please check out the changelog of each release by following the links below. You can also check the roadmap regarding future releases of the plugin.
URL,WIDTHxHEIGHTor an attachment ID (an image selection dialog for this will be implemented in the upcoming release). Now the metadata for any image can have information about the image dimensions regardless of the fact that it may be a WordPress upload or not. Big thanks to Raymond Pirouz and Bret (WEBEAU Web Design) for valuable feedback.
PAGEINFO(case sensitive), which can be appended to URLs that exist within your custom meta tags. On the first page of multipage content or archives, this placeholder is just stripped. On subsequent pages, it is replaced with the proper page related path. This feature lets you set custom meta tags with dynamic paging information, which gives the Full Meta Tags box a little extra flexibility.
array_unique()function in PHP 5.2. (Props to Rocket-Boy for valuable feedback.)
[field=Field Name]with which you can use values from Custom Fields inside the meta tags. This gives you much extra flexibility. (Big thanks for ideas, sample implementation and valuable feedback to Phil Ayres.)
amt_robots_datafilter hook is now deprecated and will be removed in future releases. Please use the amt_robots_options hook instead.
<link>HTML elements in addition to
<meta>elements. The support was there all along, but was not documented.
rel="canonical", then WordPress' default canonical link is deactivated automatically. This way you can customize the canonical URL of your posts, if needed. (Props to Manos for feedback and testing)
robotsmeta tags in the site-wide and the post specific full meta tags and compacts their options to a single
robotsmeta tag. Currently, option conflicts are not automatically resolved, but some research about it and improvement has been planned. Your feedback is welcome. Please use the
amt_robots_optionsfilter hook to resolve conflicting options as you see fit.
functions.phpfile of the theme or in a custom plugin:
Esckey can now be used to also open the metadata review panel, instead of just closing it, by adding the following in the
functions.phpfile of the theme or in a custom plugin:
add_filter('amt_metadata_review_mode_enable_alternative', '__return_true');to activate and use the old one.
get_the_title()function. (Props to Mihai and the EDD support team for the hints.)
amt_metadata_review_mode_styles_scriptshook has been removed. Please use the standard WordPress methods to enqueue custom styles and scripts.
add_filter('amt_metadata_review_mode_enable_alternative', '__return_true');in your theme's
functions.phpfile you can switch to the alternative view. Notice the
Metadatabutton in the admin toolbar on content pages (archives will be supported in the future). This view is experimental for now. Your feedback and improvements are welcome. You can use the
amt_metadata_review_mode_styles_scriptsfilter hook to filter the default inline styles/scripts for this view (visible only to administrators and only if review mode has been enabled).
amt clean cachecommand agnostic about the storage backend used for transient data and added a command line switch to the
amt cleancommand for non interactive operation.
amt_enable_metadata_cachehook). Can be useful in some cases.
wp-clito support crearing the metadata cache from the command line. Read the integrated help for more information about how the metadata cache can be cleared.
wp_title()template tag instead of implementing the
title-tagtheme feature, when used with WordPress 4.4. Admittedly, this should have been resolved before the WordPress 4.4 release, so apologies for any inconvenience. The plugin is tested with the latest default theme, so this issue had not been brought to my attention before the WordPress 4.4 release. Also, the changes WordPress 4.4 brought in this area hadn't been clear enough so as to know there was going to be a problem beforehand. Big thanks to all who have provided feedback.
amt_get_queried_objectthat can be used to modify the post object that is used by the plugin for metadata generation, a feature that opens the path for support of external post types like those used by AnsPress. (Props to Dima Stefantsov for valuable feedback, research and code contribution.)
wp-clito clean up data.
amt_local_author_profile_url()template tag which generates a URL to the local author profile according to the relevant selection in the Add-Meta-Tags settings.
amtcommunity command of wp-cli. Downloading
wp-cliis required. Learn more about the Add-Meta-Tags command line interface. This feature should be considered experimental and is currently meant to be used in testing environments, even if it seems to work fine.
amt_custom_title_tag()filtering function in order to maintain backwards compatibility. Props to Cat for reporting the issue.
headlineitemprop from Product schema.org entities.
Requires: 3.5.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 4.5
Last Updated: 5 days ago
Active Installs: 100,000+
11 of 11 support threads in the last two months have been marked resolved.
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