Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » [Plugin: WordPress SEO by Yoast] 1.2.8.1 breaks admin

  • Resolved polle001

    (@polle001)


    I just upgrade the plugin and now I have a blank admin in 2 sites.

    Another site loads in the admin but titles and metas are gone, also it seems the layout and translation is a mess. I will not update my other sites for now.

    Any way to fix and recover the 2 admin dead sites ?

    Thanks.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-seo/

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  • namreh

    (@namreh)

    Ok, I found a solution for my adminerrors with the new version.

    I had my admin-area in Dutch and switched it to english and now all textlables are present again and the layout isn’t fucked up anymore.

    theappwhisperer

    (@theappwhisperer)

    Both this and the earlier version are not working for me. It is such a pain. I have tried all the solutions above, such as deleting the ‘S’ etc but all to no avail. Can anyone help? I have no SEO options visible. I cannot access Stat Counter within the admin page and a host of other plugins. It’s a disaster.

    ChrisCree

    (@chriscree)

    @theappwhisperer the simple way to disable the plugin is to access your /wp-content/plugins/ directory via FTP or your hosting cPanel’s File Manager and change the name of the /wordpress-seo/ folder to something else like /wordpress-seo-old/

    Doing so will disable the plugin so you can access everything else in your WP dashboard.

    theappwhisperer

    (@theappwhisperer)

    Hi, thank you for your comment, I can disable the plugin but I really like(d) it and want it to work. That’s the problem.

    polle001

    (@polle001)

    People, just go back to 1.2.7 and done, everything works.

    1- Go to the plugin page and hit developers to get the older versions.
    2- Download 1.2.7.
    3- FTP to your site and go to the plugin directory.
    4- Download the xml file.
    5- Upload the 1.2.7 plugin directory replacing the one in the server.
    6- Upload the xml file replacing the one in the server.

    Done.

    Wait for 1.2.8.2.

    tradeonlineca

    (@tradeonlineca)

    I got the dreaded white screen in the admin panel but the site loaded ok. The most recent update was WordPress SEO so I assumed this maybe the problem. Followed this video http://yourwebsiteengineer.com/recover-from-the-wordpress-white-screen-of-death/ and disabled the plugin to get back to my admin panel. WordPress SEO version 1.2.8.1 works.

    MikeSunders

    (@mikesunders)

    Hi. I have the same theme and plugins in two sites.

    One is in english: http:/flybyrail.com

    The other in spanish: http://volarentren.com

    The admin of WordPress SEO works/look great on the site in english and broken on the spanish one.

    I guess this is strictly a problem regarding some CSS line lost in translation…

    Hope Joost fix it quickly!!

    minilobo

    (@minilobo)

    My admin page is a mess too. It is in Spanish (my whole site is in Spanish)

    How can I change the admin page to English ?

    Updated:
    OK, I deleted “wordpress-seo-es_ES.mo” in the “languages” directory and now the admin menu is in English and works great. 🙂

    jtalk

    (@jtalk)

    Fantastic!!! When I deleted wordpress-seo-es_ES.mo in languages directory of plugin vĂ­a FTP the admin menu works great. Now in english.

    But I will inform it…

    Thank You!!!

    digimind2011

    (@digimind2011)

    Can some one link the 1.2.8 version so I can downgrade is untill 1.2.8.2 is out??

    thanks u

    theappwhisperer

    (@theappwhisperer)

    I would love to go back to 1.2.7 as I’ve just installed the very latest version and still have the same problems. It was working perfectly before. I don’t understand how to reinstall 1.2.7 using the method that Polle001 has recommended. I’m not that computer savy unfortunately ;(

    pandorina

    (@pandorina)

    If you want, at this link you can download the version 1.2.7 😉
    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/4904242/wordpress-seo%201.2.7.zip

    Rob Roy

    (@danetidwell)

    This version killed my site, locking it up in Maintenance mode during the update.

    boah123

    (@boah123)

    The lasted version removes the buttons such as bold, italic, etc. from the content editor. When I deactivated the plugin the buttons are back, when I activate the plugin the buttons disappear.

    Diosneptuno

    (@diosneptuno)

    I’ve updated today to version 1.2.8.2 and have had the same problem, I have removed the Spanish language and the problem is fixed, Now the plugin works well in English

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