This minor update fixes script load-order issues which can occur when other plugins try to interact with the new WordPress editor.
In this release, the plugin’s interface has been overhauled, the plugin’s now more accessible, and translation files are now integrated correctly.
A new editor (codename Gutenberg) will launch with WordPress 5.0. This release makes the plugin fully compatible with it.
Description prefixes have been removed. Descriptions aren’t used a ranking factor anymore, and gaming the system by repeating the title isn’t beneficial.
In this release, the plugin now obtains updates from our servers, support for our new and improved API services has been added, and the plugin now works flawlessly on PHP 7.3.
Over the past two and a half years, I spent over seven thousand hours on building and improving one of the most intricate modular systems available for WordPress yet: the Extension Manager. Conjoined with WordPress, The SEO Framework, and my purposely-built API servers, it features hundreds of first party innovations to make working with it effortless and to make various unique features possible.
This was all for nothing.