(Moderator’s note: The original title was “wp_insert_post() and plugins“) I use wp_insert_post() like this: $my_post = array( ‘post_title’ => ‘title’, ‘post_content’ => $post, ‘post_status’ => ‘publish’, ‘post_author’ => 1, ‘post_date’ => date(‘Y-m-d H:i:s’, $oldtime), ‘post_category’ => array(3,4) ); wp_insert_post( $my_post ); Everything works fine, but I want to use plugins like “All in One SEO […]
I’m using the “All in One SEO” plugin. I never had issues with it. It worked perfectly fine. Recently, however, I noticed that it doesn’t generate the information (title, description) anymore. Especially the SEO-friendly description I enter in my posts in the field that the plugin provides is totally being ignored by search engines, Facebook, […]
I want to understand how wordpress is structured in the first place with regard to search engine friendliness. Isn’t it set up for SEO by default? Is the SEO plugin necessary then? and to what extent does post name in the url make a difference as against the standard numerical format of wordpress urls?
I created a separate template, attachment.php, for displaying image attachments. It’s relatively simple; basically a stripped down version of single.php. Everything is working great except that when I have the All in One SEO plugin enabled (and set to rewrite titles), the titles on those attachment pages are being doubled. For example, this attachment’s title […]
I have a WordPress site using custom post types, and I have also got the All In One SEO pack installed. I wondered if anyone knows a hack or a modification I can make to the code which will allow me to stop the pictured area from showing up on certain custom post types? Any […]
I’m using the All in One SEO plugin for my site. The extra fields and options it supplies seem like they could be handled via a theme, possibly negating the use for a plugin. Should SEO considerations be handled by a theme, rather than delegating the work to a separate plugin? It could reduce maintenance […]