Category: Wordpress

Responsive YouTube fix for WordPress

How to make your YouTube videos responsive in WordPress

Are you struggling to make your YouTube videos responsive in WordPress? Here’s a solution that does it for you, without plugins or extra code in your content. WordPress has added a great new way of making your images responsive by default after version 4.4. But it still does not make...

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How to add rel=canonical tag to WordPress posts via Custom Fields

I see two main reasons for using the rel=canonical tag: Reason 1: You’re using a CMS¬†or an eCommerce application that produces different url:s for the same content. That is actually quite common. The best solution for SEO would be to canonize the different urls into one, but that is not...

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Plugin comparison: SEO Ultimate vs. Yoast SEO for WordPress

Every WordPress website needs an SEO plugin. I use SEO Ultimate for some sites, and Yoast SEO for others. Most users prefer Yoast SEO, but there are some great features in SEO Ultimate that you should know about before you make your choice. In some case I use SEO Ultimate...

WooCommerce thankyou 404

How to fix WooCommerce thankyou page “not found” 404 error

For some WooCommerce users, the order confirmation page, or thankyou page, gives a 404 page not found after updating WooCommerce or their WordPress theme. Here is the most universal solution that will work for most sites: Add this code to your theme’s functions.php: function flush_rules(){ flush_rewrite_rules(); } add_action(‘init’,’flush_rules’); (Go to...

WordPress 3.1 ruins your SEO if you do not use SEF URL:s

WordPress 3.1 ruins your SEO if you do not use SEF URL:s

WordPress 3.1 ruins your SEO if you do not use SEF URL:s. This is true only for your indexed category URL:s, not for your single posts. But this is serious enough. If you have upgraded to WordPress 3.1 you MUST use so called Search Enginge Friendly URL:s. Why? Because with...

WordPress 3.1 needs SEO fix to make category links canonical

WordPress 3.1 needs SEO fix to make category links canonical

WordPress 3.1 is great news in many aspects, but not for SEO. If your theme adds categories to a menu (which most themes do), these menu links are changed with WordPress 3.1. This is really bad for your SEO. What Google has indexed as http://yourcoolblog.com/?cat=1 is now with WordPress 3.1...