WPSSO Core Pro [Main Plugin]

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FYI

  • Plugin Name: WPSSO Core Pro [Main Plugin]
  • Stable Version: 4.17.3.1
  • Author: JS Morisset
  • Description: WPSSO Core makes sure your content looks great on all social and search sites, no matter how it's crawled, shared, re-shared, posted or embedded!
  • License: Nontransferable License for WordPress Site Address URL
  • Requires At Least: WordPress 3.8
  • Tested Up To: WordPress 5.0
  • Last Updated: 3 mins ago
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Release Schedule

New versions of the plugin are released approximately every week (more or less). New features are added, tested, and released incrementally, instead of grouping them together in a major version release. When minor bugs fixes and/or code improvements are applied, new versions are also released. This release schedule keeps the code stable and reliable, at the cost of more frequent updates.

See release early, release often (RERO) software development philosophy on Wikipedia for more information on the benefits of smaller / more frequent releases.

Version Numbering

Version components: {major}.{minor}.{bugfix}[-{stage}.{level}]

  • {major} = Major structural code changes / re-writes or incompatible API changes.
  • {minor} = New functionality was added or improved in a backwards-compatible manner.
  • {bugfix} = Backwards-compatible bug fixes or small improvements.
  • {stage}.{level} = Pre-production release: dev < a (alpha) < b (beta) < rc (release candidate).

Free / Standard Version Repositories

Development Updates for Pro Version

Development, alpha, beta, and release candidate updates are available to Pro version customers.

Under the SSO > Update Manager settings page, select the "Development and Up" version filter for WPSSO Core and all its extensions (to satisfy any version dependencies). Save the plugin settings, and click the "Check for Updates" button to fetch the latest / current WPSSO version information. When new Development versions are available, they will automatically appear under your WordPress Dashboard > Updates page. You can always re-select the "Stable / Production" version filter at any time to re-install the last stable / production version of a plugin.

Changelog / Release Notes

Version 4.17.4-dev.1 (2018/12/09)

  • New Features
    • None.
  • Improvements
    • None.
  • Bugfixes
    • None.
  • Developer Notes
    • None.

Version 4.17.3.1 (2018/12/06)

  • New Features
    • None.
  • Improvements
    • Update to avoid a known bug in the WordPress v5.0 use_block_editor_for_post() function that hangs the browser (core trac ticket ID #45253).
  • Bugfixes
    • None.
  • Developer Notes
    • None.

Version 4.17.3 (2018/12/05)

  • New Features
    • None.
  • Improvements
    • None.
  • Bugfixes
    • Fixed form select 'on_change_unhide_rows' event for option integer values.
    • Fixed the 'og:image', 'og:image:url', and 'og:image:secure_url' handling for video preview images.
    • Fixed a 'og:video:url' and 'og:video:secure_url' URL conflict with text/html video URLs.
    • Fixed the WPSSO IPM Free add-on from showing up on the SSO > Licenses settings page.
  • Developer Notes
    • Refactored the WpssoMeta::get_rows_validate_tab() method used for the Document SSO > Validate tab.
    • Added a new WpssoPage::get_text() method to return the length adjusted text from Wpsso::get_the_text().
    • Added the default language to the list returned by the WordPress get_available_languages() function.
    • Renamed the 'wpsso_cache_expire_content' filter to 'wpsso_cache_expire_the_content'.
    • Renamed the 'wpsso_can_filter_content' filter to 'wpsso_can_filter_the_content'.
    • Renamed the 'wpsso_content_seed' filter to 'wpsso_the_content_seed'.
    • Renamed the 'wpsso_content' filter to 'wpsso_the_content'.