The Extension Manager is a WordPress plugin that gives access to more advanced and powerful SEO tools for The SEO Framework via extensions.
The following extensions are included
- Local lets you set up important local business information for search engines to consume.
- Focus guides you through the process of writing targeted content that ranks with focus keywords, their inflections, and their synonyms.
- Articles enhances your published posts by automatically adding important Structured Data.
- Honeypot catches comment spammers in four lightweight yet powerful ways.
- AMP binds The SEO Framework to the AMP plugin for AMP supported articles and pages.
- Monitor keeps track of your website’s SEO, optimization, uptime, and statistics.
- Incognito removes all front-end branding from The SEO Framework.
- Origin redirects attachment-page visitors back to the parent post.
- Title Fix makes sure your title output is as configured. Even if your theme is doing it wrong.
How it works
The plugin only loads the activated extensions. Other extensions are dormant, and the files of those aren’t even touched.
The Premium and Essentials+ extensions can make use of our API services.
The Essentials and Free extensions are entirely self-sufficient.
This plugin requires:
- PHP 5.5.21, 5.6.5, or later. For security and structural reasons.
- WordPress 4.6 or later. For improved AJAX and meta support.
- The SEO Framework 3.1 or later. Or it will stay dormant.
- Edge 13, Safari 10, Chrome, Firefox, better or equivalent for the best admin experience.
- A PHP hander that supports 64 bits for improved performance and more available options.
N.B. if you’ve installed the Extension Manager 1.5.4 or lower, you’ll need to delete that plugin first.
No settings are lost in this process.
- Download the latest ZIP file from here.
- Log in to your WordPress Dashboard.
- Go to Plugins > Add New.
- Click “Upload Plugin” at the top.
- Upload the
- Either network-activate this plugin or activate it on a single site.
- That’s it! The plugin will guide you from here.
Your WordPress installation pings our update server (
WordPress notifies you automatically when a new update is available, and you can update it from your WordPress dashboard.
Note that this plugin needs to be active to send requests to our update servers.
On multisite networks, the plugin needs to be active on the main blog, or be network-activated, to receive updates.
If the plugin fails to load and you’ll need to update it manually, we recommend deleting the plugin and then follow the installation instructions above. No settings will be lost in this process.