One of the best things the WordPress developers have provided us with is the use of filters. These simple yet potent little hooks allow you to adjust any plugin, theme, or WordPress behavior. Anatomy of a filter The WordPress function add_filter() consists of four parts, annotated by a dollar token: add_filter( $tag, $function_to_add, $priority, $accepted_args […]
All you must know about sitemaps
A sitemap is an XML-formatted file that lists links of your site, optionally with discrete information, like timestamps. It isn’t easily readable for humans–but robots, like Googlebot, can quickly digest it. We can attach an XSL-formated stylesheet to the sitemap so that it’s easily readable for human beings. However, robots do not make use of […]
Translation plugin compatibility
The SEO Framework is compatible with Polylang, WPML, and MultilingualPress out of the box. Other translation plugins, such as TranslatePress, are also compatible, but some features like improved sitemap flushing support are missing. Multisite translation plugins (MultilingualPress) MultilingualPress is special. Instead of running all languages on one single WordPress website, it works via a WordPress […]
How do I remove the archive prefix from titles?
Archive title prefixes, like “Category:”, “Date:”, “Tag:”, “Archives:”, help (potential) visitors quickly understand on what type of page they’ve landed. However, if you so desire, you can turn off the prefixes. Remove prefixes globally To remove those prefixes globally, including the ones from the “WooCommerce” and “Modern Tribe’s Events Calendar” plugins, all you need to […]