• Resolved LP9086

    (@lp9086)


    I paid for a Pro License of “NextGEN Facebook Pro”.

    Does the license for “NextGEN Facebook Pro” transfer over to the “WPSSO Pro”?

    It was supposed to be a Lifetime License.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by LP9086.
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  • you may continue using NextGEN Facebook, of course, but since the plugin is no longer being developed, I would suggest using a different plugin.

    It is being developed, just under a new plugin title.

    Plugin Author JS Morisset

    (@jsmoriss)

    It is being developed, just under a new plugin title.

    WPSSO Core was forked from NextGEN Facebook back in 2014, so initially, yes, they shared much of the same code. And even early on, in 2015 and 2016, a few features and code improvements from WPSSO Core were back-ported to NextGEN Facebook. Aside from a few contributions from the WPSSO Core code, NextGEN Facebook itself hasn’t seen much development since that time. Since WPSSO Core and NextGEN Facebook handle settings in much the same way, WPSSO Core is probably the easiest option to migrate off of NextGEN Facebook, although if you don’t mind re-entering some settings, Yoast SEO and The SEO Framework are also good alternatives (though they lack some of the more advanced content features and Schema support of WPSSO Core).

    js.

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