Support » Plugin: The SEO Framework » Conflicts with autooptimize

  • Resolved cdeguzman

    (@cdeguzman)


    Hi guys.

    There seems to be a conflict with the autoptimize plugin and seo framework.

    The posts won’t open when clicked and shows “Fatal error: Unknown: Cannot use output buffering in output buffering display handlers in Unknown on line 0”.

    I had to deactivate seo framework for my site which is a bummer because I love the plugin.

    The links worked when I deactivated the plugin

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Sybre Waaijer

    (@cybr)

    Hi there!

    Are you using the Title Fix extension, too? I think only that extension uses output buffering.

    Thread Starter cdeguzman

    (@cdeguzman)

    Hi

    Not using title fix extension for swimbikerun .ph – Just the main plugin.

    I didn’t install Extension Manager as well as I don’t neeed most of the features there 🙂

    Just decided to uninstall autooptimize and go with seo framework 🙂

    I will see if it conflicts again.

    The two plugins used to work completely problem free ’till the latest round of updates.

    I use it (seo framework) for my shop at swimbikerun .ph / shop

    Hi guys;
    I’m AO’s dev and us SEO Framework (Version 3.1.4) on my own site, and see conflicts there, so this likely is a matter of a specific setting in SEO Framework?

    frank

    Plugin Author Sybre Waaijer

    (@cybr)

    Hi Frank!

    Thanks for dropping by and verifying the issue. I’ve already tried various PHP configurations to no avail.
    If you have any pointers (like configurations, actions, pages) you’d wish to share, please let me know!

    Feel free to contact me privately if you’d rather keep those details undisclosed.

    No secrets here, but the problem is I can’t reproduce (the “not” is missing in my previous post) so I’m having a hard time understanding what is happening.

    groeten uit België 🙂
    frank

    Plugin Author Sybre Waaijer

    (@cybr)

    Bummer! Groeten terug 🙂

    @cdeguzman could you try deactivating any other “impactful” plugin and see if the issue goes away? I think it might be a memory exhaustion issue.

    The error message you’re receiving can only happen when the PHP buffer doesn’t close properly, and that’s a corner case–especially since The SEO Framework doesn’t work with buffers outside of the sitemap generation.

    I’ve read through related reports and found that updating PHP would also resolve the issue. As PHP becomes more memory efficient every update (at 7.0 especially so), it could very well be the desired solution.

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