Include content from custom fields in the Yoast WordPress SEO plugin's keyword analysis (WordPress SEO by Yoast is required).
There is nothing like it when you happen to be in need of this functionality.
However the plugin is solid and the support fast and professional.
We use the pro plugin for mapping flexible & repeater fields and so far it's working great.
The only thing to be left for us would be an auto-update function for the pro version of the plugin. That would make an admins life quite a bit more convenient.
Unless something is broken, no need for updates though.
If you install this plugin and the following message appears:
PHP Warning: is_readable(): open_basedir restriction in effect. (...)
, delete containing folder of this plugin using FTP client.
I looked at this free version but had needs for a little more. So this story is about the programming team that you'd be getting involved with:
Just bought NS-Automation this weekend and using with wp-types (Types & Views) custom fields. There was a glitch which I tracked down to a conflict with another plugin. Within an hour of emailing NS, I got a response back. Nick was great at trying to help and by the next morning had updated the NS plugin to avoid the conflict. So far the plugin is a lifesaver, seems to be working fine, and support gets a 250% mark.
This plugin is the only solution I could find to get tabbed content available to WordPress SEO keyword analysis tool.
Thanks for creating this.
The free version of the plugin works fine. I guess the other 1 star reviewer was just not sure how to find the plugin's menu? (Its in SEO -> NS Custom Analysis)
The plugin did exactly what it said it would. No bells and whistles, it just added (up to) 3 custom fields for the yoast WordPress SEO plugin to look at in addition to the_content().
Five stars for the free version.
The Pro version of this plugin is a big improvement over the free version. However, in my opinion $23 is really steep for what the plugin does. Overall it works well and does what it says it will do, but it is overpriced.. especially considering the WordPress SEO plugin itself is free.
Does nothing. Can't give a more detailed review because there is nothing to review!
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