Updated to the latest version on two blogs. One "white screened," taking the site down; the other simply won't authenticate no matter what I do.
I updated it today, and the plugin immediately displays this message at the top of my dashboard:
"Failed to fetch the new data from Google Analytics. Please reauthenticate on the settings page!"
So, I followed the instructions, and still get the same error message. Over and over again.
Sounds like there's a new bug they've introduced. So DON'T install this until they get the bug corrected.
After updating two sites to the latest version, the admin areas have a nice white screen. I am going to start looking for another GA plugin, I can't trust a plugin with no QA process.
This plugin is really good :)
It seems the daily updates are here for increasing the download count only....too bad.
Google Analytics by Yoast thank you authors, easy to work, Only 5 stars.
very til, we like and use it a lot
I've been using this for quite awhile, but lately it has required daily updates! This gives me great pause: ** Are updates being released without being tested and debugged? **
This makes me think that code is hastily being thrown together. Is also makes me wonder if Yoast plug-ins really do what they say, since supposedly these updates are supposed to fix things, but obviously they are just creating other problems.
Please STOP. Compile all of your updates into one. Test. Debug. And only then release the update.
Started using this plugin on client sites at the recommendation of another developer. The plugin itself works well, I'll say that. But as part of my service, I offer of a year of tech support (basically keeping WordPress and all plugins updated). Clients hate to see that update nag. With this plugin, I'm having to login and update client sites far too often, sometimes multiple times in a day! It's getting to the point where I can't afford to use it on additional sites. Some stability, and a decent amount of time between updates, would be nice.
Just installed it, everything was going beautifully, then I enable debug mode to check, all good, then disabled debug mode pressed Save Changes. Nothing changes! It checkmarks itself again, its as if checkmark to enable debug mode is sticking. Message that comes up after saving changes is: "There where no changes to save, please try again."
Then deactivated, followed by activating plug in, same issue.
Finally deactivated and deleted plug in, then added plug in again, still has same issue, kept memory of settings.
I've installed the plugin on 7 sites and thus far, Google is ignoring the plugin on every one of them. Google is using the WordPress settings titles and text it's finding in the body of the page for the description.
One site maybe...but all 7? I've used the yoast plugin many times before without this issue and only recently has this started to happen.
Any ideas why?
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