This minor update fixes issues our community found after the release of TSF v5.0.0. We also improved the performance.
The SEO Framework Changelog
We're continuously working on The SEO Framework plugin. This archive lists the latest changes by version.
This update brings a brand-new relational Schema.org structured data generator.
We also added a new shortcode (and function) for breadcrumbs to put in your templates.
You can now select a preferred Twitter Card type for every post, term, and custom post type.
Do you fancy the SEO Bar but find it distracting? Toggle the new dull, low-contrast color scheme.
Special characters are now normalized for SEO Bar assertions, so it is now far more accurate.
Users with an author role anywhere in a multisite network can now have their SEO meta tweaked from any site.
Tooltip backgrounds and various border accents now adhere to the admin color scheme (once more).
This minor update makes the SEO Bar easier on the eyes. We also improved compatibility with bbPress, wpForo, and WooCommerce, and added compatibility with another thousand plugins via Advanced Query Protection’s new plugin query variable detection. We also fixed a couple of bugs, added and improved syntax detection of SEOPress and Rank Math, introduced new APIs, dusted off some code, refined tooltip placement, added Site Icon as a fallback for the sitemap title logo, and perfected support for Custom Post Types by detecting their changed arguments.
This minor update brings you a revamped HTML parser and a new option for tuning its accuracy for descriptions. First-time installers are now notified when metadata can be transported from other SEO plugins, the SEO Bar recognizes syntax from Rank Math, and Advanced Query Protection blocks new SEO attacks that could tank your rankings. We also fixed a couple of bugs.
This patch resolves an issue with WordPress 6.1, which queries template parts before posts are requested. This premature query causes TSF to fail in recognizing support for Custom Post Types, preventing all meta output.