Support » Plugin: All in One SEO Pack » Update 2.0.3 -> 2.0.4 Lost all data

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  • Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    mrbox,

    It all should still be there; really, there’s no reason why All in One SEO Pack should lose any data between updates. All the titles, descriptions, etc. on posts and pages are stored as custom meta data aka postmeta within WordPress.

    Peter,

    I’m also having the same problem. All titles descriptions and keywords are gone. When I view all pages I just see No Titles, No Descriptions, and No Keywords in the slots where they should be showing up.

    I will tell you that I disabled all plugins before updating to the newest version of WordPress. I then updated the plugins and re-enabled them.

    How can I recover this information?

    Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    dcboswell,

    Is this not showing up on the back end when you edit the post, or not showing up in the metadata when you view the source of the page, or both? This could potentially be due to a conflict with another plugin or with your theme as well.

    Peter,

    It’s not showing up anywhere. When I go to the page all I see is the pipe character. No keywords in front or domain name behind it. It also shows nothing in the fields inside the Pages area in the Admin area.

    I disabled all other plugins but All In One and nothing changes. I can’t change out the theme because its live.

    I did back up the database before upgrading WordPress and the plugins and thought I might try to load that one but I don’t want to make the situation worse so I was waiting to hear your suggestions. You said its saved as custom meta data within WordPress. Where exactly would I find this?

    Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    dcboswell,

    That is strange. What is the theme? One thing you can check – in the page source by the All in One SEO Pack comment, does it say something like “ob_start detected”? If so, in the All in One SEO Pack settings under Performance, you can try disabling Force Rewrites; then whether or not the title displays properly will depend on your theme’s use of wp_title(). All in One SEO Pack stores post titles and descriptions as postmeta, so they’re all in your postmeta table, you can search for aioseop – they all have names like _aioseop_title, _aioseop_description, _aioseop_keywords, etc.

    Peter,
    The Theme is called Welcome Inn by Themefuse. The theme hasn’t been updated or changed since I first installed it. There has never been a problem with previous versions of AIOSEO so I can’t imagine it would all of the sudden be a problem.

    Now, I did learn from the owner that they installed a series of plugins called WP Counterize. Have you heard of this plugin and has it cause conflicts with your plugin before?

    Plugin Contributor Peter Baylies

    (@pbaylies)

    dcboswell,

    I haven’t heard of those plugins, but that is certainly possible.

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