Support » Plugin: Page Builder by SiteOrigin » Does not work with Yoast Premium

  • I am getting the word out: Yoast Premium does not work with SiteOrigin page Builder and they keep saying its Yoast because they are not wanting to address the issue.

    Here is my BLOCKED ATTEMPT when trying to post this on their forum.

    Referring to the page: https://siteorigin.com/thread/yoast-no-works-dec-2017/#_=_

    I would have to disagree. I have provided your organization with a login to check against and your organization keeps telling me to revert back to the free version of Yoast.

    Here are the errors I am getting on pinncomp.com and schillicorp.com

    JQMIGRATE: Migrate is installed, version 1.4.1
    wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:13 Uncaught Error: unable to tokenize
    at Object.end (wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:13)
    at u (wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:1)
    at g (wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:1)
    at n (wp-seo-help-center-591.min.js:1)
    at r (wp-seo-help-center-591.min.js:1)
    at n (wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:1)
    at n (wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:1)
    at e.exports (wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:1)
    at n (wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:13)
    at g (wp-seo-post-scraper-591.min.js?ver=5.9.1:13)

    I have checked with yoast and they stated it is the way you are rendering the code in the editor. They are wondering why you are rendering it as a shortcode instead of HTML when its a page builder not a shortcode I hope you know Yoast is the #1 SEO plugin in the world and you will definitely loose your reputation once those 1 star reviews come in for responses like this. SiteOrigin has ALWAYS worked with yoast, and when talking to yoast, they stated they have not changed anything but the algorithm here recently. Nothing that interacts with your page builder so it is SiteOrigin. Own up to your mess and fix this, I was just about to buy a premium license for about 10-15 of my customers websites.

    here is an example that you are rendering it as a shortcode:

    <div id=”pl-595″ class=”panel-layout” ><div id=”pg-595-0″ class=”panel-grid panel-no-style” data-style=”{"background_display":"tile","cell_alignment":"flex-start"}” data-ratio=”1″ data-ratio-direction=”right” ><div id=”pgc-595-0-0″ class=”panel-grid-cell” data-weight=”1″ ><div id=”panel-595-0-0-0″ class=”so-panel widget widget_sow-image panel-first-child panel-last-child” data-index=”0″ data-style=”{"widget_css":"text-align: center;","background_display":"tile"}” ><div class=”panel-widget-style panel-widget-style-for-595-0-0-0″ >[siteorigin_widget class=”SiteOrigin_Widget_Image_Widget”]<

    Notice the Bold shortcode at the end of the above code? This is what Yoast Premium uses.

    • This topic was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by  jelpers1982.
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