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  • misunsmom

    (@misunsmom)

    I am also having exactly this issue. Everything else is working. I just updated everything, and I am using the Divi theme by Elegant Themes. WordPress and the theme are functioning correctly and so is the Yoast except for this one bug. Seems strange.

    Plugin Support amboutwe

    (@amboutwe)

    Sometimes strange behavior may be caused by a plugin or theme conflict. The fastest way to rule out conflicts is to deactivate all non-Yoast plugins and switch to a standard theme like Twenty Sixteen. If this resolves the issue, you have a conflict and should activate one plugin at a time until you locate the conflict. Finally, after all plugins are active, switch to your theme. This will narrow down the conflict to a specific plugin or a theme conflict.

    If you are unfamiliar with checking for conflicts, we wrote a small guide that will walk you through the steps. You can find it here: How To Check For Plugin Conflicts

    I too have the same problem. I followed the suggested steps above (deactivated all non-Yoast plugins, and then switch to theme Twenty Sixteen. Not only did the highlighted areas appear when using Twenty Sixteen, but I also received different data results.

    Theme Twenty Sixteen indicated I had 7.8% of sentences with a transition, but Divi indicated I had 27% of my sentences with a transition! I’m pretty sure the problem lies on Divi’s side.

    I have divi and noticed the same issue- did anyone find a solution?

    I too have this problem, except that I don’t have the Divi theme – I’m using Storefront by WooCommerce. My concern is that this isn’t accurately representing problems on my live site… has anyone at Yoast seen this before?

    UPDATE:
    15 minutes after posting this originally, I tried switching my visual composer plugin (I currently use visual composer) to “classic mode”, or basically plain text mode. When I clicked the “mark results in the text” again, the text is highlighted in purple! So it’s not about a conflict with the plugins (at least for me), it’s about using a visual composer or WYSIWYG editor in plain text mode. @jumpstar17, @starr15, try that if you have a visual editor plugin active. It might not be a conflict after all.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by  Marshall.

    Thanks Marshall, I just tested this and still nothing so must not like Divi, i have asked in the elegant themes forum and hopefully they get back to me soon.

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