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  • A recent audit by Ahref has revealed multiple title tags and multiple description tags on all of my posts and my home page. Every post has a duplicate name of the website and the description of the website itself, not the post. I am using the All in One SEO plugin. I know nothing about html code and I need step by step instructions on how to remove these duplicates please. Thanks!

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  • Thread Starter namil7

    (@namil7)

    I bought up a new source code and Meta Tags Generated via http://heymeta.com is still there!

    James Hall

    (@putarguygmailcom)

    Does this product look familiar to you? https://www.producthunt.com/posts/hey-meta

    It looks like a third party app (maybe on your cell phone) that allows you to manually refresh your meta tags.

    If you recognize it, login to the app and disable it

    Thread Starter namil7

    (@namil7)

    I do not have this app. I’m wondering, what avenue allows this entry into my source code?

    James Hall

    (@putarguygmailcom)

    So, you know how you have to give apps permission like with logging in to a new website with your Facebook or Google username and password?

    Once you (or some else who is/was an admin of your website) grants permission to an app, then you fill in the details of your website login info to allow the app to communicate and auto update or refresh the code.

    I’m not positive how it works, but its something like that.

    Could this be something your web host is injecting via some “feature” that comes with your hosting plan? I have no idea at this point.

    Disabling all plugins and refreshing your website by tapping Ctrl + F5 should make the heymeta.com stuff disappear.

    Thread Starter namil7

    (@namil7)

    I hate to tell you this, but after refreshing it’s still there! I deactivated the plugins, and refreshed. I even closed the browser, reopened it, and requested a fresh source code. What Gives? I guess I should reactivate the plugins.

    James Hall

    (@putarguygmailcom)

    Hmm… try adding a new theme, and download the twenty twelve theme. It very similar to 2016. Then hit Ctrl + F5 and look again.

    Is it still there?

    Thread Starter namil7

    (@namil7)

    By the way, I bought this issue up to my hosting plan originally but they suggested that I contact WordPress. I’m going to ask them specifically if they are connected to heymeta.com in anyway.

    Thread Starter namil7

    (@namil7)

    I contacted web hosting and they tell me that according to the source code, the tags are being generated through the Google Site-kit plugin. It doesn’t make sense to me since I deactivated all plugins and heymeta was still in the code. Can you verify what they are saying?

    Thread Starter namil7

    (@namil7)

    Something occurred to me last evening. I have another website with the 2016 theme that doesn’t have this issue. Heymeta is nowhere in the source code. So, doesn’t that leave out the theme as the issue?

    Thread Starter namil7

    (@namil7)

    Hey James! Haven’t heard from you! What’s up?

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