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Yoast + WooCommerce 2.0 conflict (7 posts)

  1. meadows.pete
    Posted 3 years ago #


    I am experiencing an issue with the latest version of Yoast (1.4.4) and WooCommerce (2.0.4) working together. When Yoast is enabled, the layout of the Products table in the back-end becomes "broken". Each line of the table increases massively in height, so that you can only see one line on screen at a time.

    It's not a massive issue, everything still works (I think....) but I thought it best to report it here. I have disabled/enabled other plugins to identify the cause and it is definitely a Yoast conflict. Someone else reported it here a couple of weeks ago too - http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/yoast-seo-woocommerce-201-products-in-product-page-products-names-problem

    Here's my screenshot - http://www.fablesofthejourneyman.co.uk/woo20/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/yoast-woocommerce-conflict.png - does anyone know of a fix or do we just have to wait for an update to the plugin?

    Thanks in advance all.



  2. netjmt
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi, I was about to post the same problem. But at the beginning, the space between products was so big, that I thought there was only one product at screen.

    I discovered that yoast's seo plugin was causing the problem after desactivating and activating every plugin I use. I hope Joost can look at this problem soon. Thanks.

  3. boraboramedia
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I experience the same problems. Please provide update ASAP!

  4. meadows.pete
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Well at least I'm not the only one. No response here yet but I don't think I'm the only one to report it previously so let's hope there's a fix in the next update.

    For all we know it might be something WooCommerce need to fix at their end, not something for Yoast to sort out?

  5. CEO_Allen
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Use "Screen Options" located in the upper right hand corner to disable any unnecessary columns. Specifically, the SEO Title is causing the display error...

    Hope it helps!

  6. meadows.pete
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Ah ha! Yes! That's made all the difference!

    A combination of too many columns, combined with lots of content in some of these columns, forces very tall rows.

    I disabled a couple of the columns and my view is back to normal more or less. Many thanks Allen, much appreciated. I didn't even think to turn columns off!

  7. netjmt
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thanks CEO_Allen. Anyway, I guess there must be other fix for this. You can't expect everybody know this without visiting the forums. :)

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