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Light SEO

Description

WordPress SEO plugin. Focused in creating a clean plugin, with emphasis in source code’s good practices. Automatically optimizes your WordPress blog for Search Engines (Search Engine Optimization).

Features:

  • Automatically optimizes your titles for search engines.
  • Generates META tags automatically.
  • You can override any title and set any META description and any META keywords you want.
  • Avoids the typical duplicate content found on WordPress blogs.
  • Custom field for Google Webmasters tools site verification meta tag.
  • Easy for beginners, it works out-of-the-box.
  • For advanced users, you can fine-tune everything.
  • For programmers, clean and documented code.

For more information see: Light SEO WordPress plugin

Screenshots

  • Admin page at the begining.
  • Admin page at the end.
  • Post or Page options.

Installation

  1. Download and extract it
  2. Copy light-seo folder to the “/wp-content/plugins/” directory
  3. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress
  4. Configure the plugin.
  5. Done

FAQ

Is this a fork of All in One SEO Pack?

Yes.

Contributors & Developers

“Light SEO” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Translate “Light SEO” into your language.

Interested in development?

Browse the code, check out the SVN repository, or subscribe to the development log by RSS.

Changelog

0.0.15

  • Security fix.

0.0.14

  • Fixed charset in strtolower, strtoupper, capitalize.
  • Refactor of get_unique_keywords.

0.0.13

  • Fixed replace_title function.

0.0.12

  • Important use of the function wp_kses to prevent XSS attacks (thanks to Mark Jaquith).
  • Fixed wrong esc_attr usage (thanks to Mark Jaquith).

0.0.11

  • Huge security revision.

The following changes are thanks to @andreasnrb and reinforced by Mark Jaquith:
* Line 379: Use esc_attr($description).
* Line 391: Use esc_attr($keywords).
* Line 472: Use esc_url($url).
* Line 698: esc_url($_SERVER[‘REQUEST_URI’]).
* Line 699: esc_url($_SERVER[‘REQUEST_URI’]).
* Line 944: esc_url($_SERVER[‘REQUEST_URI’]).
* Line 945: esc_url($_SERVER[‘REQUEST_URI’]).

  • Removed get_url() unused function.
  • Removed management_panel() unused function.
  • 70+ changes regarding security checks (thanks to Mark Jaquith).
  • Removed edit_category unused function.

0.0.10

  • Removed log feature since it’s not used properly.
  • Removed unused class fields.
  • Refactor of replace_title function to use regex.
  • More comments for readability.
  • Added screenshots.
  • Cosmetic change in the copyright notice.

0.0.9

  • Fixed important issue regarding initial installation.

0.0.8

  • Removed old upgrade code.
  • Added custom field for Google Webmasters tools site verification meta tag.
  • More code cleanup.

0.0.7

  • Fixed very important issue regarding the character \n.

0.0.6

  • Fixed copyright notice.
  • Removed unusued global constants.
  • Removed deprecated function calls.
  • Added comments for readability.
  • Minor performance improvement.

0.0.5

  • Removed author link from the admin page.
  • Removed Enable/Disable option.

0.0.4

  • Removed unused fields and functions.
  • Removed Ultimate Tag Warrior integration.
  • Code refactor.

0.0.3

  • Ready for tag versioning.

0.0.2

  • Correct code indentation completed.

0.0.1

  • First version.