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Jetpack WP 1.9 & WPSEO 1.2.8.7 Conflict

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  • @surveillancetips, thanks for the detailed report. Unfortunately, I can’t reproduce the issue, I have the same versions of WordPress SEO and Jetpack installed as you and the WPSEO Titles & Metas page is working for me.

    Did you have previous versions of Jetpack and WordPress SEO installed?

    In spite of having the same version, the WordPress SEO Titles & Metas page looks slightly different here (no “WordPress SEO comes alive message” and no solid line underneath the tabs): http://cl.ly/image/2j12371m2j3C

    Martinremy, I’m sorry I should have mentioned it, I placed the red text on the images as annotations, the “come alive” and others.
    I have the 3 versions mentioned in my post. I’m not sure why it’s happening but I’ve disabled Jetpack for now.

    SurveillanceTips ist right.

    After I updated Jetpack to Version 1.9 the WordPress SEO plugin from Yoast (1.2.8.7) is not working anymore.

    I can’t edit title and description in my articles.

    There is a conflict between SEO (1.2.8.7) and Jetpack 1.9.

    I run WordPress 3.4.2 if this helps.

    Good observation memuso. I was begining to think I did something wrong. I also run same WordPress version 3.4.2
    I’m beginning to think it’s a bad idea to install updates as soon as it’s available. Maybe 2 or 3 weeks after updates might make sense.

    @surveillancetips sorry, I thought that text was coming from the plugin, wanted to make sure we’re using the same one. I confirmed I’m running the same versions, also on WP 3.4.2, and still not seeing the issue, but I’ve asked some others to test the same setup. Please stay tuned.

    Pedro

    @petredobrescu

    Hey guys,

    I ran into the same issue and I confirm that disabling JetPack made WP SEO work. After digging a bit into this, I found out that resources from this kind of links are not loaded:

    https://s1.wordpress.com/wp-content/js/backbone.js?ver=201243
    https://s1.wordpress.com/wp-includes/js/jquery/jquery.spin.js?ver=201243
    https://s1.wordpress.com/wp-content/js/mustache.js?ver=201243
    https://s1.wordpress.com/wp-content/js/underscore.js?ver=201243

    causing the WP SEO plugin blank page. There seems to be some issue with the certificate used for serving these links as you get a certificate error while trying to access them.

    Another behavior I noticed is that on the post edit screens, the WP SEO menu is collapsed and cannot be expanded.

    My expertise regarding certificates is limited and I hope this helps in finding a fix for it.

    Thanks everyone who’s reported this issue, we’ve found the cause and are working on an a new release for Monday to fix this. The reason I didn’t see it on my site is that it occurs when using the admin over SSL. There are two possible workarounds if you would like to re-activate Jetpack right away to keep tracking stats:

    1) De-activating the Notifications module within Jetpack should get rid of this error. (Click on “Learn More” under Notifications, then deactivate).

    2) Use the admin over http:// instead of forcing SSL

    Yes Martinremy, disabling Jetpack notification solves the problem. Thanks

    Hi all:

    We’ve just released Jetpack 1.9.1 to address this issue. SurveillanceTips (and others affected), when you get a chance, can you please upgrade, reactivate the Notifications Module, & report back any successes / further issues?

    Thanks very much for your reports 🙂
    Best,
    ~Jeff

    I’m having the same problem with All In One SEO pack or Ultimate SEO – as soon as I activate either of these with Jetpack I get a blank Plugins screen. I have delete them via FTP. And, yes I just installed the Jetpack 1.9.2 release from Oct. 30th and deactivated Jetpack – it didn’t make any difference.

    Charles

    Update. Having all kinds of problems with conflicts with other plugins. Attempts to activate jetpack with other plugins like google analytics, wordpress SEO, social-metrics, etc. creates a blank screen – very annoying. I’ve uploaded and deleted it countless times over the last 2 days.

    Charles

    charles_i

    @charles_i

    I found the answer here:

    To summarize: j_simon said in the above post:

    older servers with ubuntu have a default of 16MB, newer of 32MB, and jetback seems to overrun that now. Usually setting the memory_limit variable to something higher should work…

    I sent his error log to my service and they responded:

    You are correct in your assumption, I am seeing similar php memory errors in your error_log: I have added a vhost.conf file for the blog subdomain to raise the memory limit to 64 MB.

    Charles

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