This minor update addresses a regression where the homepage canonical URL was missing a trailing slash.
The SEO Framework Changelog
We're continuously working on The SEO Framework plugin. This archive lists the latest changes by version.
This minor update addresses a few regressions brought in v4.2.0; it fixes the canonical URL for paginated categories, corrects an API typo, and rectifies a few edge cases. TSF now also supports PHP 8.1.
This update brings new post-type-archive settings. You can now edit their titles, descriptions, social and visibility settings, and even add redirects on the SEO Settings page.
Fancy a custom site title for SEO purposes only? Check out the new title settings.
You will find that the sitemap’s stylesheet now has its URLs centered; it also supports mobile devices.
Developers can now enjoy using the new
tsf() function — an alias of
If you’re a developer, you should also check out our perfectly tuned
fmemo() functions, which help make TSF so performant.
This minor update adds support for Gutenberg 11.3.0 and fixes a few bugs.
If you used Gutenberg 11.3.0, and after updating you still find the editor crashing, please try any of the following key combinations whilst viewing the crashed editor: CMD ⌘+OPTION ⌥+R (Safari Mac), CMD ⌘+SHIFT ⇧+R (Chrome/Firefox Mac), or CTRL ^+SHIFT ⇧+R (Windows). These keyboard shortcuts will force-fetch the latest scripts from your server.
This minor update packs a major punch. TSF now supports headless mode, cementing itself as a turnkey solution. We defenestrated the pernicious object caching mechanism, and we updated some options’ defaults effective only on new sites. We improved performance iterably, fixed about 12 bugs, and enjoyed the weather. Lastly, we introduced a new API for user meta handling, among other things — developers that wrote software interfacing with TSF are employed well reading the detailed changelog.