I just recently switched my blog design from a custom theme that I designed over to the thesis architecture. After thesis was up and running, I wanted to disable and stop using the All in One SEO pack, since this functionality is built into the thesis theme.
I was pointed to this post by @godhammer which in theory should work. However, after running the sql query several times, I had no luck. Continue reading “All in One SEO to Thesis Migration”
If you’re using the “All In One SEO” plugin for wordpress, and have recently updated to version 126.96.36.199, there is a bug in the code that causes your wordpress login to not work.
This is because there is a carriage return and a space at the end of the file that breaks the redirect.
It’s ok, if this doesn’t make sense to you, you can just download the fix here.
Just download this, and upload it to your plugins directory, and you should be good to go!
Is it just me, or does anyone else feel like every time they login to wordpress, there is a new version available? You would at least think that they would have some sort of system down where you could just click a link to update instead of going the the arduous process of downloading the new version, and then re-uploading all of the files every week! Does anyone else feel this way?