Quick and dirty, this plugin does the job. Activate it and the tags will start showing up in the markup and sharing on facebook becomes more completed. So that is great, that it requires no skill to get where you want to go.
But then you start realizing that a bunch of other stuff no longer works on your site like Woocommerce notices, or you start seeing any
add_actionsthat you added to templates doubling up.
This plugin calls the full apply_filters on the_content when it renders which makes everything within that stack fire twice causing anomalies which are very hard to track down.
In closing: This plugin will probably work great for you if you have a vanilla site without too much customization. If you have a complex site with things like Woocommerce it’s not a good fit.
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