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wpForo 1.x.x [Solved] SEO conflict with All in One SEO plugins / how can remove codes from my home page

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maulla
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I noticed codes are on my home page and even on the sign-in page. Please how can I remove them: 

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dimalifragis
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Remove the All in One Seo, that is NOT needed and could create issues. wpForo has its own SEO.

Also REMOVE the OPTIMIZER and caching plugin you may have.

What is that "Super Globals" i see? If it a plugin, disable it and check again.

All in all this is a conflict of plugins. Disable one by one to find the cause.

Robert
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@hadar,

I see it works fine now.

However, you should remove All in One SEO plugin and install Yoast SEO plugin. I see All in One SEO affects wpForo SEO and totally removes your forum SEO data. All your topics and forums will be introduced as a one page for search engines. This is a big SEO problem. All in One SEO 4.1.1.1 is not compatible with wpForo.

maulla
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Thanks you, I have deleted the all-in-one seo.

Please how can in add images to a post and let it be visible and not just appear as a link in the post after attaching?

 

Regards,

Maulla

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dimalifragis
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Posted by: @maulla

Thanks you, I have deleted the all-in-one seo.

Please how can in add images to a post and let it be visible and not just appear as a link in the post after attaching?

 

Regards,

Maulla

Add this to your theme's function file (but in every update of the theme it will be lost).

 

function wpforo_default_attachment_image_embed($content)
{
    if (preg_match_all('|<a class=\"wpforo\-default\-attachment\" href\=\"([^\"\']+)\"[^><]*>.+?<\/a>|is', $content, $data, PREG_SET_ORDER)) {
        foreach ($data as $array) {
            if (isset($array[1])) {
                $file = $array[1];
                $e    = strtolower(substr(strrchr($file, '.'), 1));
                if ($e == 'jpg' || $e == 'jpeg' || $e == 'png' || $e == 'gif') {
                    $filename = explode('/', $file);
                    $filename = end($filename);
                    $html     = '<a href="' . esc_url($file) . '" target="_blank"><img class="wpforo-default-image-attachment" src="' . esc_url($file) . '" alt="' . esc_attr($filename) . '" title="' . esc_attr($filename) . '" /></a>';
                    $content  = str_replace($array[0], $html, $content);
                }
            }
        }
    }
    return $content;
}

 

maulla
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@dimalifragis I used the first codes in the code snippet plugin to display images, but no changes. The second on advanced attachments works

dimalifragis
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Also you can create a pseudo-plugin of yours and put in there all custom fuctions and they will never get lost.

 

https://blog.nexcess.net/the-right-way-to-add-custom-functions-to-your-wordpress-site/

 

https://wplift.com/custom-plugin

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