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11 minutes ago, adrian said:

Not sure - I fixed so many bugs I can't recall anymore 🙂 Maybe have a read through my Github commits - it might note this, not sure.

ha - great work on this - love the PW community! 😄 

I've tried dropping your branch of the module into one of the affected sites but it doesn't seem to have fixed it 😕. Bit puzzled, as I'm almost certain things were working fine on all these sites previously.

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I'm using MarkupSEO 0.8.7

The Smart Image field which lets me select some image fields doesn't recognise one of an image field.

Not sure if I should be using a different version?

Thanks

 

 

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Should I uninstall the previous one first?

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Compile Error: Cannot declare class MarkupSEO, because the name is already in use (line 12 of /domain.com /site/modules/MarkupSEO/MarkupSEO.module.php) 
This error message was shown because: site is in debug mode. ($config->debug = true; => /site/config.php). Error has been logged.

 

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Just now, Peter Knight said:

Should I uninstall the previous one first?

No need - that's just an error because PW doesn't like that I have added a .php extension to the module file when there is already a plain .module one installed. Just do a Modules > Refresh and you should be good.

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1 minute ago, adrian said:

No need - that's just an error because PW doesn't like that I have added a .php extension to the module file when there is already a plain .module one installed. Just do a Modules > Refresh and you should be good.

 

Thanks Adrian. 

That looks interesting. So essentially, I have more customised SEO options on a page level. Thanks for the work on this.

I don't have the image field available yet. I might try creating a few other images fields and generally good around and see if I can track down the issue.

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Actually @Peter Knight - you might try installing that version from scratch - I made several changes to fields and field types, so it might no longer be possible to simply upgrade from the old version.

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On 4/14/2019 at 6:06 PM, adrian said:

Actually @Peter Knight - you might try installing that version from scratch - I made several changes to fields and field types, so it might no longer be possible to simply upgrade from the old version.

I tracked down the culprit of the Image field not appearing in the Smart Image option of this module.

When an image field is set to Type=CroppableImages3, it is not recognised as an Images field.

Setting my Images field from CroppableImages3 back to plain old Image worked. Obviously, you then loose your CroppableImages3 function but this was just to prove a theory.

Not sure if this is something for you or @horst but just flagging here in case it's useful to anyone.

BTW, upgrading over the existing install seemed to work fine in general. It might be safer to install from scratch but that completely removes all my existing settings. I tried it on a development environment first. Phew!

 

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Also worth a look for new projects:

 

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Hi, I am encoutering a strange issue, everything is on my local server, but I can't the customs value to print on the live stage.
I have tried erasing the whole site and installed a fresh export profile, I tried uninstalling and reinstalling the module, nothing works.
The data is in the db, so this either has to do with my server setup or a class import problem??

Anybody came across the same issue?
Thanks

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4 hours ago, iNoize said:

Its still renders the keywords Meta from The older versions. How can i hide the Keyword meta ? 

I you sure the keywords are being generated by this module? As you can see, I removed all references to them: https://github.com/adrianbj/MarkupSEO/commit/d6d65af93127b88f63d328d61c55fa2544133342

Are you definitely using that branch of my fork? I guess I should probably merge that branch into my master now.

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On 4/25/2019 at 4:00 PM, adrian said:

I you sure the keywords are being generated by this module? As you can see, I removed all references to them: https://github.com/adrianbj/MarkupSEO/commit/d6d65af93127b88f63d328d61c55fa2544133342

Are you definitely using that branch of my fork? I guess I should probably merge that branch into my master now.

I had the old one also installed and the keywords were in the templates. Now it works great thanks 

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Hi, sorry if I'm being a bit naive here.

Where there is Include basic twitter cards and Twitter username

Would this then post to Twitter?

Thanks, Great  Module the way.

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Is there a way for the SEO Title field to automatically be filled in with the Page Title if it's left blank?

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I've tried updating with your fork Adrian, but it doesn't seem to. Also, after updating Use parent's values if empty doesn't work. 

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1 hour ago, Tyssen said:

I've tried updating with your fork Adrian, but it doesn't seem to. Also, after updating Use parent's values if empty doesn't work. 

Did you try the Smart Title in the overall defaults?

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Sorry, I had Use parent's values if empty checked previously and those fields didn't show until I unchecked it. All good now. 👍

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