With 3.0.1 installed on my blog, i've created up some custom post types with custom taxonomy, all works okay except that i've introduced some dynamic pages for my custom taxonomy, where they allow user to browse custom taxonomy content.
In my custom-post-type declaring plugin's template redirect's i've defined these dynamic pages.
if($wp->query_vars['vod']=='browse') include(TEMPLATEPATH . '/vods/browse-vods.php'); if($wp->query_vars['vod']=='all') include(TEMPLATEPATH . '/vods/all.php'); if($wp->query_vars['vod']=='top') include(TEMPLATEPATH . '/vods/top.php'); else include(TEMPLATEPATH . '/vods/single-vod.php');
Now the problem arrives with this dynamic pages where All-in-one-seo marks them as 404 pages and giving a title of "Nothing found for %request_words%".
I've tried hooking the wp_title, but it seems both of these plugins are not using wp_title but instead wp_head, so i can't change the title's which probably google marks them as 404 erros and so does not index.
What i look for is to prevent these plugins or any similar ones to mark them as 404 - how can i flag these dynamic pages as valid-content?