Any website owner knows that analyzing website content for SEO is very important. To do it, people usually use SEO plugins. Among these plugins, Yoast SEO is one of the most well-known and popular. It’s undeniable that this plugin has done its job incredibly. However, it still has a minus point which is the lack of custom fields' content analysis. To solve this problem, Meta Box has launched a free extension called Meta Box for Yoast SEO. Without any further ado, let’s spend the next 5 minutes reading to know how to set up SEO analysis for contents in custom fields created by Meta Box.
Yoast SEO plugin allows you to set dynamic variables for its meta tags, such as
%%title%% for post title or
%%excerpt%% for post excerpt. If you're advanced WordPress users, who use custom fields to storing data or custom content, you might want to add these custom fields to Yoast SEO meta tags. How to do that with normal custom fields and Meta Box custom fields?
Although Gutenberg is the default editor in WordPress, not everyone wants to use it because of the bad editing experience. And Gutenberg loads CSS files and lots of inline styles on the front end, which will affect your website loading speed. This article will guide you on how to disable Gutenberg with a simple code without using plugins.