I cannot stand the idea that some theme developers have to include SEO settings as part of their theme. What happens in a few years when you decide on a new look? SEO settings plain and simple should be set by a plugin – that way, when you want to change your theme, it’s no problem to bring your SEO settings with you.
Unfortunately, not all theme developers see it that way, and it really screws you up when there are thousands of pages with SEO settings that need to be set on a new theme. Well, it used to screw you up – thanks to this incredible plugin, it was easy as pie to take the GD F-ing SEO settings from Thesis and put them into something valuable and desired (Yoast’s WordPress SEO plugin).
Thank you so much for putting together this plugin! Your work is greatly appreciated.
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