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  • Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    naughty-business,

    Agreed, this is odd; your title tags and canonical links etc. are correct, I see no reason why Google should be appending “Lelo Mia 2” to the end of your titles. I’d suggest looking at Google Webmaster Tools for your site; also have it recrawl a page where the title is incorrect and see if that fixes it. As for your descriptions, verify that these are being output correctly as the meta description tag in the head section of your web page source code; descriptions act as suggestions to Google, but it may choose to use a different description if it thinks there is one that’s more relevant to the search or for the user.

    I do not know much about working on websites, however I had a problem, called hostgator and they made it to where I can access my dashboard. They told me the problem was with my all in one seo plugin and i needed to contact those in charge of the plugin to resolve the issue.

    I called and they directed me to this forum.

    Please help

    John

    Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    John,

    Ok, what is your problem. Are you getting an error message? What version of WordPress are you using.

    I just did an uprade. Im not sure which one I am running right now but I believe it is 2.0.

    At the top it encourages me to upgrade to 3.5.1 so I know Im not using that one.

    The error message said something like, fatal error: plugin/all-in-one/wp….

    I do not see it right now because the host gator tech did something. he said he reset the password

    Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    John,

    If you’re using an older version of WordPress, then you should definitely upgrade if possible. We have had one reported error like this for people running a version of WordPress that’s pre 3.1; if that’s your problem, then you can fix it by searching the wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/aioseop_module_class.php for “get_current_screen” (this should be on line 612) and replacing that line with the following:

    $screen = '';

    Im not exactly sure what you are telling me to search, nor where line 612 is. I searched get current screen in the plugin search bar and it gave me nothing.

    As far as updating is concerned, I tried to update once before and it locked me out and I had to get hostgator to fix it for me. Might that happen again?

    Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    John,

    I’m telling you to search within a file in the All in One SEO Pack plugin. If you are able to upgrade your WordPress installation to 3.5.1 then you won’t need to update this file. In either case, I’d suggest you make sure you have a recent backup of your site as well.

    How do I make a backup?

    Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    John,

    You could ask HostGator about this; within WordPress, there’s a paid plugin called BackupBuddy that in my experience does a great job of backing up WordPress sites as well. It’s a good habit to get into, in general.

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