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A comprehensive yet lightweight SEO plugin designed for complete customization control, featuring automated XML sitemaps, an advanced schema generator, and more, all tailored for optimal search performance.
Tags: SEO, XML Sitemap, Schema Markup, Meta Tags, Robots.txt, SEO Signals, WordPress SEO, Breadcrumbs, TOC
Requires at least: 4.0
Tested up to: 6.4.3
Stable tag: 7.2.8
License URI: https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl-3.0.html
1. Upload the plugin files to WordPress through the Add New button.
2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ screen in WordPress.
3. Configure the plugin settings through the Zynith SEO options in the WordPress admin menu.
The Zynith SEO Plugin is a powerful tool designed to improve your website’s search engine rankings, drive more organic traffic, and enhance user experience. It offers a wide range of features, including on-page optimization, sitemap management, schema markup, and much more. With Zynith, you can streamline your SEO efforts and make your website more search engine-friendly.
The Zynith SEO Plugin offers a comprehensive set of features, including:
Schema markup is a structured data language that helps search engines understand content better and display more informative search results. The Zynith SEO Plugin offers manual schema creation and AI-generated schema options. To enhance your search engine visibility, you can create schema markup for various content types, such as articles, events, products, and more.
The plugin provides tools for optimizing your content, including meta titles, meta descriptions, and keyword density analysis. It helps you ensure that your content aligns with SEO best practices, making it more attractive to search engines.
Yes, you can. The Zynith SEO Plugin allows you to create and manage robots.txt files, both static and dynamic. This gives you control over how search engines access and index your site’s content.
Absolutely. You can use the plugin to set up both 301 (permanent) and 302 (temporary) redirects. This is useful for preserving SEO value when you change URLs or restructure your site.
SEO signals are real-time feedback indicators that help you assess your content’s SEO performance. The plugin offers signals related to content length, HTML-to-text ratio, broken links, internal links, external links, and AI-generated content authenticity.
The Zynith SEO Plugin allows you to inject custom scripts into the head and body sections of your pages. This feature is handy for adding tracking codes, analytics scripts, or other custom functionalities.
Sitemaps help search engines crawl and index your website effectively. The plugin offers automatic sitemap regeneration, ensuring that your sitemap is always up-to-date. You can also customize the sitemap filename.
‘Incompatible Archive’ is an error that can occur when uploading a Zip file to WordPress. It can occur with both plugins and themes. The error occurs with WordPress version 6.4.3 and Zip files that have been compiled on a Mac. Luckily for Zynith SEO users, we were likely one of the first plugin developers in the world to discover the issue and fix it within minutes of a couple of users reporting the error.
Another fix to a critical error occurring with the plugin updater.
Fixed a critical error issue with the plugin updater.
Added additional HTML tags to the Script Manager, including noscript and iframe.
Fixed a critical error issue with previous update.
Updated the Script Manager to include more HTML tags and attributes.
Made more changes to the plugin updater code to fix ongoing update issues.
Fixed a permissions error with the featured image when the Media REST API endpoint is disabled.
Fixed an error with the %%date%% shortcode automatically converting to %te%% on save.
Fixed the Zip file error (Incompatible Archive) that occurred with the new WordPress version 6.4.3 and Mac Zip files.
Added code for Divi Page Builder to allow Zynith to set the meta title instead of using the Divi meta title settings.
Error when updating that has been resolved.
Updated the schema section to remove the trailing comma on the last item of each object.
Fixed CSS conflicts with Zynith themes and page builder’s CSS.
Fixed ongoing issues with different page builders.
Fixed formatting issues that occurred with WPBakery Page Builder.
Added an import/export function in the Settings menu for RankMath and Yoast.
Remove sitemap on deactivation.
More dynamic schema calls added.
Fixed error that appears in the TOC settings on some page builders.
Fixed a PHP error in the 404 Manager.
Added a new 404 Manager.
Added a toggle option for ‘canonical tag’ to allow an alternate plugin to add the canonical tag.
Version renumber purely for WordPress to realize there is a new version released, as it wasn’t recognizing versions after 6.0.9.
Added in the meta property for “og:type”.
Fix 404 CSS error.
New Table of Contents customization section in the Settings menu.
Table of Contents updated to only run on pages where shortcode is present.
Table of Contents updated to include jump links to headings.