Easy to add the code, I didn't have to go create a file in the root dir.
However it DISPLAYED on the home page!!
This code should be in the <head> and put in a <meta> or at least hidden in the <div style="display:none;">
Going to do it manually as I don't see this as a best practice solution.
The phrase "Paste your Bing Webmaster Tools verification code here " appeared in the header of my blog, just above the title, and I could not find a way to get rid of it... searched through every line of code for my theme. Finally it occurred to me to search my plugins and this was the culprit. Got rid of Verify Bing Webmaster Tools and the unwanted text went away.
To be fair, this plugin has not been tested with 4.0. And I have other SEO installed so there's a likely conflict. But please debug against other SEO before you let this run on your site.
I was having trouble getting Bing Webmaster Tool to verify my site. So searching around the web for help I came across this plugin.
At first I was having problems. So i went to the authors website and found good email support there. I was entering only part of the meta tag.
Once I entered the prescribe meta tag Bing gave me, I had to wait a few minutes for Bing to verify. Problem solved.
Very simple to install and use. Good support.
Thank you very much just used the plugin worked as soon as I copied in the meta tag. Thanks again I created an account on WordPress.org just to review this plugin.
Works as described.
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