December 17, 2012
I really need to know how to do something with this plugin, which I think is not working correctly. I currently have this plugin installed, and I have ticked the following options.
Use Categories for META keywords: =YES
Use Tags for META keywords: =YES
Autogenerate Descriptions: =YES
But when I go to my ‘Posts’ page in the WP-CMS (/wp-admin/edit.php)
All of the following 3 columns are blank, with no entries.
1. SEO Title
2. SEO Keywords
3. SEO Description
This means that each of my posts are not optimized. What am I doing wrong?
I’d like to upgrade to the PRO VERSION for the additional features, but if I can’t get this verison working – then how can I be sure if paid version is going to work.
I’m fairly new to WP Blogging – so I’ve probably missed something. Please help me….. ANYONE OUT THERE PLEASE HELP ME!!!
Thank you in advance, Ian.
January 5, 2012
December 12, 2012
Steve Mortiboy said
If you have those options checked then All in One SEO Pack will be using your categories and tags as meta keywords and will autogenerate your descriptions from the forst 160 characters of your post content. You can see this by looking at the All in One SEO Pack section in the source code of any post. This information does not get populated in the SEO Title, SEO Keywords, and SEO Description fields at the bottom of the post, these fields are for you to enter your custom handcrafted title, description and keywords.
I have all the options above selected. My question is, can I see if the plugin has created the keywords? Which is the reason why if I add a different keyword on SEO Keywords, once I update the post, page, etc. they disappear?
Thx in advance
January 5, 2012
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