First of all, Yoast's plugin is great, really like the comprehensiveness.
I am encountering a missing feature that is pretty big in my situation. I am using a widget in the sidebar which automatically provides links to sub-pages. The visible text for these links is the page "label" which by default is the value I enter for the PAGE TITLE.
So, when I write a page, the PAGE TITLE I create there will be used for:
- The H1 for the page (this probably controlled by the theme)
- The <title> tag (controlled by Yoast's plugin, can be set to a different value)
- The sidebar navigation links (controlled by Nice Navigation plugin)
Problem is, for SEO purposes I want my page title to be longer, rich in keywords. But for purpose of sidebar navigation links, I need to have them short and sweet - 1 or 2 words.
All-In-One-SEO had a great field I could set for "page label". Then the Nice Navigation plugin would show that label field, rather than the longer page title. This is missing in WordPress SEO.
Any ideas or workarounds on how I may be able to keep the H1 on the page long and rich but have a short version to display for the page "label"?