WordPress SEO version: 1.4.7
I am not having any issues with the WordPress SEO plugin.
I am new to this forum and fairly new to WordPress. My site is using a Responsive child theme on WP 3.5.1 on a DreamHost server.
The site is not yet public but I have installed Yoast SEO in anticipation of using it once I am finished with all the basic development work.
The site is for a small publication that has an extensive archive, which I would like to evantually post using WP parent and child pages. I have created page templates for the individual issue contents and for the actual magazine articles in each issue.
I would like to display the article titles in a way that resembles what is seen on ordinary print pages, but would also like to have information in the browser title bar that is friendly to print-handicapped users of screen reader technology. My original design showed something like Article Title >> Magazine Title in the browser title bar, but I have been informed that, for purposes of orientation for visitors with print limitations and using screen readers, it would be best to show Article Title >> Issue Number >> Magazine Title.
I already have Issue Number automatically displayed on each article page by means of PHP code that fetches the needed info from my database.
Is there some way that I can also use the SEO plugin to get that into the title bar without actually typing it into each article title? I have experimented with that–it can be done, but looks like duplicate info on the actual article pages. It basically comes out as Article Title — Issue Number / Author / Magazine Title, Issue Number. For an example, you can look at
Thanks in advance, I will appreciate any help you can give me with this.
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