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  • Hi, I also would like to know if there is a specific trick to make the plugin runs with buddypress.

    Thank you for your help !

    It will run normally and will take care of the whole site as it usually does except for the buddypress section. This means Buddypres is not included in sitemaps, titles and tags, meta descriptions and so on.

    Hi, not exactly, the plugin create duplicate meta’s with sevarals pages on buddypress. It causes many seo problems…

    following pages have the same meta’s title when I active the plugin…


    You’re right, I’ve experienced that. That issue happens with several themes too, however I thought the last plugin version fixed this.

    If you have the last version of the plugin installed and it keeps messing your meta titles you must deactivate the plugin.

    Hi, yes I have the Version… and I still have duplicate titles…

    I don’t use this plugin anymore…it’s a pitty

    let me know if you have any solution !

    The best solution was Joost integrate his SEO plugin with Buddypress, the reason why I opened this thread.

    The other option is to use SeoPress plugin from Themekraft. This one was nade having in account Buddypress, however right now has a bug, if you are using group forums it will mess your forum listings, at the rest seems to work fine.

    Does anyone know if WordPress SEO might be updated to address the need for support for Buddypress any time soon?

    I am interested in this too.

    Did anyone ever come up with a solution to integrate Buddpress and WordPress SEO properly.

    I am also still trying to get Yoast to work with BuddyPress pages. It seems that all of the BuddyPress pages have the same Titles instead of dynamically setting them based on the page they are on, IE: Profile page with members name in the title.

    With more than 1.5 million downloads and strong support by Auttomatic and leading WP devs, I’d love to think Yoast would support Buddypress into this plugin too 🙁

    You need add this to your theme function.php:

    function wpseo_canonical_exclude( $canonical )
    		global $bp;
    		if ( $bp->current_component)
       		$canonical = false;
    	return $canonical;
    add_filter( 'wpseo_canonical', 'wpseo_canonical_exclude' );

    Maybe it’s not really nice solution, but it works! members, groups and forums will not share a canonical slug anymore.
    I’m using this at my website

    To change BuddyPress titles you need to change it at your pages. My SEO titles for members profile is %%name%% – %%sitename%%

    @sevelina From where did you change seo title for member profile? Yoast does not have seo title options for buddypress. Could you describe more please?

    I have got Yoast WordPress SEO plugin work with Buddypress by making the following changes

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