• Useful plugin BUT SO SO intrusive.

    I can’t post images in here, but WHY does you plugin need to display multiple messages about checks it has done and take over about 50% of the space above the top of posts?

    It’s the most annoying plugin we use. Why can’t all of this crap be turned off for administrators the same as it can be for other user roles?

    Seriously? One massive SSSO Note about an image being ignored and then a smaller message saying EXACTLY the same thing, but without all of the tips about adjusting, enabling, and increasing.

    Very distracting, annoying and the stuff that promotes to the top of the list for removal.

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  • Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    I’m guessing these are error messages about issues that must be addressed. The serious ones cannot be dismissed, but the warnings can be dismissed. I would suggest either fixing the issue described in the notice, or dismissing it.

    js.

    Well not really. As an example. This is what we get in Menu page in the backend.

    It takes up the entire vertical screen space on a 29-inch iMac.

    WPSSO Note
    Media Library image ID 20675 ignored — the resulting image of 248×192 is smaller than the minimum of 400×160 allowed by the Google / Schema standard.

    Additional information shown only to users with Administrative privileges:

    You can adjust the wpsso-schema option in the Social and SEO Image Dimensions settings.
    Enable the Allow Upscale of WP Media Images option.
    Increase the Maximum Image Upscale Percent option value.
    Disable the Enforce Image Dimensions Check option (not recommended).
    Define the WPSSO_HIDE_ALL_WARNINGS constant as true to auto-hide all dismissable warnings.

    WPSSO Note
    Media Library image ID 20674 ignored — the resulting image of 248×192 is smaller than the minimum of 400×160 allowed by the Google / Schema standard.
    WPSSO Note
    Media Library image ID 20673 ignored — the resulting image of 248×192 is smaller than the minimum of 400×160 allowed by the Google / Schema standard.
    WPSSO Note
    Media Library image ID 20672 ignored — the resulting image of 248×192 is smaller than the minimum of 400×160 allowed by the Google / Schema standard.
    WPSSO Note
    Media Library image ID 20670 ignored — the resulting image of 339×262 is smaller than the minimum of 400×160 allowed by the Google / Schema standard.
    WPSSO Note
    Media Library image ID 20669 ignored — the resulting image of 339×262 is smaller than the minimum of 400×160 allowed by the Google / Schema standard.
    WPSSO Note
    Media Library image ID 20668 ignored — the resulting image of 339×262 is smaller than the minimum of 400×160 allowed by the Google / Schema standard.

    And when the same stuff pops up on drafts our editors are working on in a busy newsroom, let me assure you it is extremely distracting. But on the menu page where there are no images?

    If we click on this link > Disable the Enforce Image Dimensions Check option< it takes to a page with no such option.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by  Pattaya_Web.
    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by  Pattaya_Web.
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    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    The warnings are added to drafts because typically you’d want to address any warnings before you publish. There are several suggestions provided, why not implement one of those?

    I’m sure you’ve checked the FAQs, but in case you missed it, this FAQ may add some context to help resolve the issue:

    https://wpsso.com/docs/plugins/wpsso/faqs/how-does-wpsso-find-detect-select-images/

    js.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by  JS Morisset.

    In a newspaper environment we don’t want holding photos being inserted anywhere.

    And you haven’t explained why we re seeing this on a dashboard menu settings page where there are no photos.

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    If you read that FAQ, you will notice that you can simply attach an image to a post or select an image in the Social Settings metabox.

    The default images selected in the WPSSO settings are checked for correct size when the settings are saved.

    js.

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