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Menu Label not supported by Yoast plugin

  • I have searched for this on the forum with no luck. “Menu Label” from All In One SEO doesn’t seem to have an equivalent on Joast’s SEO plugin. This is a handy function that re-writes the text that is displayed on the navigation buttons, rather than using the title.

    Anyone have a a workaround for this with Yoast?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-seo/

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  • Plugin Author Joost de Valk

    @joostdevalk

    Why would you do that when you can do that all in the WordPress core menu editor?

    How? Using All In One SEO each page or post has a separate Menu Label box where you can set the name as it appears in the nav menu. For example if you have a page whose title is “100 Greatest Films Ever Made” you could set Menu Label to read “Top 100 Films” and that is the name that will appear in the nav menu.

    I can’t see how to do that in WordPress itself and if it is possible, it would be a good idea to incorporate that into the All In One importer in your SEO plugin, as right now if I switch to WordPress SEO all my menu titles break.

    I have recently tried WordPress SEO (Yoast) and found that open graph meta for the homepage is showing a hyphen ( – ) after the og:title. Can anyone tell me how to remove it.

    <meta property=’og:title’ content=’Free Audio and Web Video Conferencing Services – ‘/>

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