PWT SEO 1.2.2 released - Frontend editing and cascading settings

Tuesday, 04 December 2018

We are pleased to announce the availability of PWT SEO 1.2.2. This version includes improved frontend and diacritic support. The keyword/phrase is no longer required to store SEO settings and are now cascaded so all settings are applied on a page.

Changelog PWT SEO 1.2.2

# -> Menu overview now only shows menu items when article ids overlap with menu items
# -> Check for active menu item before getting property
# -> Check for access before adding tab to the editor
# -> Check if active menu-item is for our current page
# -> Surround init of editors with check if there is any text at all
# -> Fixed issue with translation to uri safe characters
# -> Find ID when using frontend editing

+ -> Added check if Multilingual is activated before setting language
+ -> Allow for dashes in the focusword when checking the url
+ -> Set table collation to match Joomla!
+ -> SEO settings are now applied regardless if there is no keyword (Relevance order: Custom > Menu-item > Article)

^ -> Modified default min/max for title and metadescription

- -> Removed PWT Image integration setting as PWT Image now works automatically

Please find the entire changelog history on the downloads page of PWT SEO

How to update PWT SEO?

If you have an active subscription you can easily update PWT SEO via the Joomla-updater under Extensions -> Manage -> Update. To use this feature you need to set your "Download ID" in the PWT SEO component options. You can find your personal Download ID on your dashboard. You can also download PWT SEO and install the package via the Joomla installer.

PWT SEO Roadmap

The roadmap for PWT SEO is publicly available on the PWT SEO Roadmap page. You can vote on features to help us decide what the next steps are for our extension. Let us know if you're missing something on the roadmap, we're happy to receive your input!


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Sander Potjer