Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » New Schema Update

  • Resolved Sarah Haruel


    Hi Yoast team !

    we already use a Schema plugin and would like to avoid this new Yoast functionality interfering with that as it all runs smoothly and we would like to avoid any outside plugin interference.

    Is their a way to disable schema functionality or is it forced upon a user with no means to disable this portion of functionality if an existing setup works out the box and your plugin starts messing up things.


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  • Thread Starter Sarah Haruel


    I’m sorry but we’re not going to provide a user option for this. ”

    Can you clearly and without spin advise why.

    Since when is causing issues for site owners a priority for Yoast ?

    Why do you believe that a simple checkbox that says enable schema / disable schema is a wrong move ?

    I love you plugin Joost, but I think the arrogance and non explanatory nature of your reply implies your simply trying to slide in features ready for a pro version ( Yoast Schema Pro etc ) and you want to force it down peoples throats through the backdoor.

    The problem I have with this is that users are voicing concern and you dont see the issues surrounding somebody using a different schema plugin and your implementation screwing up a website.

    Thats reeks of arrogance and if I may be bold enough to state, anti completive practice.

    Plugin Support Md Mazedul Islam Khan


    • You can disable the Yoast SEO specific Schema entirely by following the guide here.
    • Can you clearly and without spin advise why?: We recommend you please submit your follow-up query directly into the relevant GitHub to get answer directly from our development team for an accurate answer on this.
    Thread Starter Sarah Haruel


    Its disabled on our site – I had previous issues with Yoast Noindex directives on RSS / Podcast feeds which properly screwed uo my website so I could not take the chance in having anything screw up my current schema implementation from a faultless and well maintained plugin that works out the box… For the Yoast plugin to have any potential to mess that up is a no-no.


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