• CTA

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    Yoast is installed and first time configuration is done, the optimization ran successfully. The integration page says elementor integration is active (green checkmark). The yoast website says elementor integration is included even in the free version of the plugin.

    Yet none of the places Yoast is supposed to show up on elementor editor (of a page or post) are showing up.

    You can’t see it in the (page settings) the whole tab is missing.

    you can’t see it in the elementor editor menu the whole menu option is missing.

    It does not appear on widget properties.

    This is disappointing as it means you have to use the bulk editor even for new pages you create.

    Was this made into a premium feature but you forgot to update your documentation and articles?

    edit (3-July): changed back to 5 stars. When I did the initial installation, I went through all settings and had found the toggles to show the seo tools in pages/posts were turned off, I turned them on. For some reason I found them off again. So I turned them on a second time. Also there were new updates this week to both yoast and elementor. Also yoast gave me a notification that my site’s structure had changed (it hadn’t) and that I need to run the optimization a second time, however I ran the re-optimization. This maybe related to litespeed cache although I cleated it before and after installing yoast. In any case. All is well now.

    • This topic was modified 1 week, 5 days ago by CTA. Reason: issue resolved
    • This topic was modified 1 week, 5 days ago by CTA.
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