This follow-up update to 4.0.6 addresses an issue where the WooCommerce shop page was seen as an actual archive mistakenly. For that page, this issue caused your post-edit input, among other SEO data, to no longer be honored.
In this update, we addressed a few issues our amazing users helped investigate. With that, we implemented better bbPress title support, and fixed a bug regarding WooCommerce and term-ID collisions.
We also increased the entropy for generating object caching keys, addressed some translation and RTL errors, and added a few new filters.
New pricing options for Extension Manager are now available.
The subscriptions we now provide are more streamlined and coherent. Yet, most importantly, also more affordable.
In TSF v4.0.5, we brought advanced query protection, oEmbed control for improved Discord sharing, Baidu Search Resource Platform code support, and syntax detection for titles and descriptions.
Social sharing images are now taken from your content intelligently, feeds can now optionally be indexed, and we also improved support for Easy Digital Downloads and Polylang.
In WordPress, we found various query endpoints that can be malformed to create broken pages. Backlinks to these pages can harm your site’s ranking. In this update, we added advanced query protection, which you can enable via the robots meta settings.
The “Connected Social Pages” input fields will now disappear when you empty them. They have never proven to work, and Google has deprecated them. We also removed the transient caching for JSON-LD scripts, as it wasn’t helping anyone.
On the other hand, we added a new feed indexing option, Discord sharing options (oEmbed, theme color), and the aforementioned advanced query protection option. Support for EDD and Polylang has been expanded, and we reintroduced the hyphen option for titles (which is the new default).
In this update, we also bring a few other quality-of-life changes, as well. We added a dozen new filters, touched up the interface, streamlined the query handler, and fixed known corner-case issues and bugs.