Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » Bug with clean permalinks (running anyhow)

  • Hello,

    I am the author of Transposh, and users have been complaining about pages that kept redirection loops.

    I have discovered this to come from the fact that the clean permalinks function of Yoast was working even if it appeared unticked in the settings page.

    Actually, the object had the “on” property for the settings looking at a stack trace.

    This can be easily traced creating an on_wp_redirect trigger and making a trace.

    If you need further info, I’ll be happy to provide it.

    Current solution – had to comment out the clean permalinks triggers you have added in the frontend-object file.

    Good luck,

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  • @ofer Wald,

    Can you elaborate on this a bit? Some of the information is over my head, so I can’t tell if what you’re talking about is related to the problem I’m observing.

    The plugin seems to be injecting multiple instances of the WP permalink rewrite into the .htaccess which then apparently affects the pages on my site – not the posts, the pages.

    While I seem to have something in my .htaccess (I’m assuming cache related) that is affecting visibility of pages in varying ways, I’ve now seen the problem go from affecting only certain pages I’d edited to all of them when Yoast’s plugin in activated. In both instances, I’ve had to go look at .htaccess and I see the multiple injections of the rewrite, some of which are garbled in that they are only the #BEGIN WORDPRESS #END WORDPRESS. When I clean up the file, the problem reverts to the few pages.


    I am not sure that this is related, but you can always try the suggested solution and see if this fixes your problem.

    It fixes an infinite redirection loop when used in conjunction with Transposh.


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