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Robots.txt is not found when placed in web root: where to place?

Sounds like your htaccess file is rewriting the request and serving it to ExpressionEngine index.php. Ensure you have RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f in your htaccess file which will ignore all ...
Peter Lewis's user avatar
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NSM Better meta EE upgrade problems

Sorry we haven't responded to your prior support request attempts. We'll try and get this sorted for you soon. I can think of two reasons that may cause this error to appear but I'll need to take a ...
Iain Saxon's user avatar
2 votes

Is there an ExpressionEngine SEO optimization plugin like Yoast?

Nope. however, you are more free in EE to setup fields to tailor your needs. More than in WP
Jelle Dijkstra's user avatar
1 vote

Is there an ExpressionEngine SEO optimization plugin like Yoast?

SEO Lite is a lightweight module which creates SEO tab on publish page where you can add you seo title and descriptions. You can also give the channel fields to include it in SEO meta for og:title or ...
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1 vote
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HTML Template for Page load time

To get the biggest improvements in page speed for your site you're going to want to do a few things server side first. The latest versions of PHP will give you a nice performance gain (https://...
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1 vote

Robots.txt is not found when placed in web root: where to place?

Very much depends on how your server is set up, but usually it should go in the same folder that you have index.php - which is usually the folder public_html or some such (depending on what server you ...
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1 vote
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NSM Better meta EE upgrade problems

Turns out the some of Better Meta values went missing during the upgrade and the php errors are the result of those fields being blank.So fired up phpmyadmin went into exp_nsm_addon_settings , and ...
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1 vote
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Check for channel entry seo data or use template code instead of defaults

The only thing I can think of in your case is to specify some default in the description or keywords that you know and can check against. So, if SEO Lite defaults you'll know about it and can then use ...
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Word separator for file names

The easiest workaround seems to be using CE_Image. It offers a filename parameter. We chose to use the url_title of the article, in combination with a counter (or other unique string). That solved ...
Diederik's user avatar
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Word separator for file names

I'm gonna say it's way more complex. It's possible that it's simply matter of replacing all filename handlers and actions with ones to suite your needs (replace with dashes instead of underscores), ...
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1 vote

Ability to add custom Canonical link

I find this template code works well as a basic canonical link generator: {if segment_3} <link rel="canonical" href="{site_url}{segment_1}/{segment_2}/{segment_3}"> {if:elseif segment_2} &...
Kenny Fraser's user avatar

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