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Yoast SEO is definitely one of the best WordPress SEO plugins available today – proven by the fact that it has been downloaded over 4.5 million times! The fact that it’s free doesn’t hurt either. Apart from improving your website’s SEO in all aspects, this plugin goes that extra mile to take care of every technical optimization. Moreover it offers a wide variety of features that makes it an all-in-one SEO plugin.
  • Create better content: The snippet preview allows you to see how your page or post will look like in search results.
  • Page Analysis: This feature checks minute things such as length of the posts, a presence of a meta description and whether it contains the focused keyword etc.
  • Meta and link elements: With this plugin, you’d have the power to determine the pages which would be shown by Google in its search results and which won’t be. While WordPress only exhibits canonical link elements on a page, Yoast SEO makes it available everywhere.
  • XML sitemaps: With its most advanced XML sitemaps feature, this plugin creates XML sitemaps automatically and informs Google and Bing of its existence.
  • Social integration: Yoast SEO comes equipped with Facebook OpenGraph implementation to link SEO and social media.
  • Multi-site compatibility: Unlike some other plugins, Yoast SEO is multisite compatible.
  • Breadcrumbs: This unique feature empowers you to develop easy navigation for both search engines and users.
Yoast SEO: News v12.4.1
Yoast SEO: Local v13.0
Yoast SEO: WooCommerce v13.0
Yoast SEO: Video v13.0
14.0.3
Bugfixes:

  • Fixes a bug where running the migrations could cause fatal errors on sites where plugins are installed remotely. Some remote plugin installers don’t remove files that are removed in an update. Since our migration runner goes through all migrations on the server, this could lead to fatal errors.
  • Fixes a bug where the pre_get_document_title filter could be skipped when other plugins were using this filter as well.
  • Fixes a bug where an error would be thrown when the name of an indexable table had been converted to a different case.
  • Fixes a bug where a taxonomy parent would not be present in the breadcrumbs even though it was set in the breadcrumbs settings.
Enhancements:

  • Adds a missing index to the new indexables table. Props to .
Other:

  • Adds the wpseo_frontend_presentation filter that can be used by third-party plugins to easily alter all our meta output with 1 single filter.
14.0.2
Release Date: April 29th, 2020

Because we’ve changed the underlying framework of our Indexables technology, we’ve chosen to rebuild the table. This means you will have to go through the indexing process again. We’re sorry. For sites with more than 10,000 posts, we advise using the .

Bugfixes:

  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when a title contained more than 191 characters.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when a focus keyphrase contained more than 191 characters.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when search engines were disallowed from indexing the site.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown on WooCommerce installations when the wpseo_metadesc filter was called with only 1 argument.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when using the WPSEO_Frontend class to get the meta description.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when WPSEO_Frontend or WPSEO_Breadcrumbs was called before the init action.
  • Fixes a bug where a non-object property retrieval notice would be thrown when the site’s content was being indexed.
  • Fixes a bug where a trailing slash would be added to canonical URLs and some rel="prev" URLs, even when the permalink structure settings didn’t contain that trailing slash.
  • Fixes a bug where a double breadcrumb would be shown on home pages.
  • Fixes a bug where the indexation would continue indefinitely under specific circumstances.
Other:

  • Removes all usages of PDO and mysqli directly and uses wpdb everywhere. This should prevent a lot of errors for database installations that have different encodings or configurations than what is generally seen.
14.0.1
Release Date: April 28th, 2020

Bugfixes:

  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when a breadcrumb title was too long.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when DB_CHARSET was not defined.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when breadcrumbs were rendered in the admin.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal error would be thrown when the Yoast migrations table did not have a primary key.
  • Fixes a bug where a fatal exception would be thrown when building an indexable failed.
  • Fixes a bug where the order of the breadcrumbs was incorrect when more than 3 nested taxonomies were used.
  • Fixes a bug where HTML tags would no longer be allowed in the breadcrumbs.
  • Fixes a bug where no title would be shown in the Yoast indexation status modal.
  • Fixes a bug where changes made through the wpseo_robots filter would not be shown in the googlebot and bingbot meta tag output.
Other:

  • Yoast SEO needs to have the right to create a database index. If you have restricted the creation of database indexes on your setup, please make sure to temporarily allow Yoast SEO to create indexes before updating.
14.0
Release Date: April 28th, 2020

Today is a special day. Today, a project we’ve been working on for a year sees the light of day. Yoast SEO 14.0 rewrites the playbook on how a WordPress SEO plugin can work. Thanks to an approach we call indexables, we bring you a much faster experience and a new foundation that helps us get ready for an exciting future! Read more about this release in !

Bugfixes:

  • Fixes a bug where the Open Graph image would be set as Twitter image when Open Graph was disabled.
  • Fixes a bug where the article:publisher meta tag would not contain the Person’s Facebook account if the Knowledge Graph was set to Person.
  • Fixes a bug where no title meta tag would be output when no post or page-specific title was specified.
  • Fixes a bug where the date archive description from the Search Appearance settings would not be used for the og:description meta tag.
  • Fixes a bug where a notice would be thrown when a field in the FAQ or HowTo block was left empty.
  • Fixes a bug where the Help Scout beacon was aligned to the right on settings pages on installations with a right-to-left language.
  • Fixes a bug where UTF-8 encoded urls were not always readable in the snippet preview.
  • Fixes a bug where the embedding of posts on LinkedIn was broken.
Enhancements:

  • Adds a notification that appears when your content hasn’t been fully indexed yet.
  • Adds a button to the SEO > Tools page to index all your content.
  • Adds a feature toggle to disable the headless REST routes.
  • No longer outputs the og:type meta tag on 404 pages.
  • No longer outputs a twitter:title, twitter:image and/or twitter:descriptionmeta tag when there is already an og:title, og:image and/or og:description meta tag specified in the frontend output and they’re not specifically set to something else.
  • No longer outputs an article:section and article:tag meta tag as none of the Open Graph consumers seems to use it.
  • No longer outputs an og:updated_time meta tag as it was the same as article:modified_time and all Open Graph consumers seem to prefer that.
  • No longer outputs an og:image:secure_url meta tag as it was the same as og:imageand all Open Graph consumers seem to prefer that.
  • Strips all HTML tags from text fields in the schema output.
  • Adds Term hierarchy as a taxonomy snippet variable.
  • Uses the Gravatar image as a fallback for author archive’s og:image and twitter:image.
  • Improves the way gallery images are retrieved . Props to .
  • Bing has added support for the same opt-in meta robots values as Google has, see their . We have decided to opt-in users of Yoast SEO by default to Bingbot crawling.
  • No longer removes the default robots meta values.
Other:

  • Deprecates the wpseo_twitter_taxonomy_image and wpseo_twitter_metatag_keyfilters.
  • Deprecates the wp_seo_get_bc_ancestors filter. Developers should use the wpseo_breadcrumb_links filter instead to add and/or replace breadcrumbs.
  • Deprecates the wpseo_opengraph and wpseo_twitter actions.
  • Adds the following filters:
    • wpseo_debug_markers, which allows users to disable the debug markers.
    • wpseo_frontend_presenter_classes, which enables the filtering of presenters.
    • wpseo_frontend_presenters, which enables the filtering of presenter instances.
    • wpseo_googlebot, which enables the filtering of the googlebot meta output.
    • wpseo_og_article_publisher, which enables the filtering of the article publisher’s Facebook URL.
    • wpseo_og_locale, which enables the filtering of the Open Graph locale.
    • wpseo_post_indexation_limit, which enables the filtering of the amount of posts indexed during each indexing pass.
    • wpseo_post_type_archive_indexation_limit, which enables the filtering of the amount of post type archives indexed during each indexing pass.
    • wpseo_term_indexation_limit, which enables the filtering of the amount of terms indexed during each indexing pass.
    • wpseo_post_types_reset_permalinks, which enables the filtering of the post types to reset permalinks for.
    • wpseo_public_post_statuses, which enables the filtering of the list of public post statuses.
  • No longer calls the third-party thematic_doctitle and woo_title filters.
  • Adds the /wp-json/yoast/v1/get_head endpoint to get the our head for an URL. This endpoint takes a single parameter, url which should be the absolute URL of the page to get the head for.
  • Removes the minimum and maximum size requirements when outputting og:imagemeta tags.


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== Installation ==
Starting with Yoast SEO consists of just two steps: installing and setting up the plugin. Yoast SEO is designed to work with your site’s specific needs, so don’t forget to go through the Yoast SEO configuration wizard as explained in the ‘after activation’ step!

### INSTALL YOAST SEO FROM WITHIN WORDPRESS

1. Visit the plugins page within your dashboard and select ‘Add New’;
1. Search for ‘Yoast SEO’;
1. Activate Yoast SEO from your Plugins page;
1. Go to ‘after activation’ below.

### INSTALL YOAST SEO MANUALLY

1. Upload the ‘wordpress-seo’ folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory;
1. Activate the Yoast SEO plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress;
1. Go to ‘after activation’ below.

### AFTER ACTIVATION

1. You should see (a notice to start) the Yoast SEO configuration wizard;
1. Go through the configuration wizard and set up the plugin for your site;
1. You’re done!

For More Read "ReadMe.txt".
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Plugin Requirements

Our hosting requirements are similar to the core WordPress program:
  • PHP version 5.6.20 or greater (we recommend 7.3 or greater)
    • Requires at least: 5.2
    • Tested up to: 5.3.2
    • Stable tag: 13.1
  • MySQL version 5.6 or greater OR MariaDB version 10.0 or greater
  • PHP memory of 256M or greater
Note 1: Yoast SEO may work on legacy environments that do not meet the above requirements.
Note 2: If you do need to increase your PHP memory this guide can get you started.

Requirements for Premium Plugins
In addition to the general requirements above, we recommend running current versions of everything on your site from applications to plugins. Our support team will not support anything but the latest and the prior to last version of WordPress core and our plugins. Learn why here.

To receive update notifications for premium plugins, your host must support:
  • cURL 7.34.0 or greater (released December 2013)
  • OpenSSL 1.0.1 or greater (released March 2012)
  • TLS 1.2 or greater (released August 2008)
  • Do not use SSL v3
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