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    Hi Tom,

    My question is: WordPress SEO by Yoast does not show all your settings. It can be a compatibility problem with GP?


    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    What do you mean by “all your settings”? Which settings aren’t being shown?

    I’m personally using WP SEO without any compatibility issues – haven’t received any reports of any from anyone else either.


    Yoast has more configuration options, but are not visible …

    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Looks like you took screenshots of two different versions of WP SEO.

    The first one the icon on the left is colored, the second one it’s not.

    I just tried using WP SEO using TwentyFifteen and am getting the exact same result as in GP.

    Check your version numbers and make sure everything is up to date.


    Ok Tom,


    Garth Dryland

    I came across a similar problem a few days ago. I couldn’t see the file editor in the tools section of my main site. I installed a fresh copy of wordpress and installed Yoast SEO and it was visible.

    Anyway what I discovered was that if I had the following in the wp-config.php

    //Disable File Edits
    define(‘DISALLOW_FILE_EDIT’, true);

    I couldn’t see the file editor. If I set true to false I could then see the file editor.

    My point being is that its looks like these are two different sites so it could be a setting issue elsewhere which are blocking the setting from being visible.

    Having said that also I agree with Tpm. You are using different versions and clearly wordpress is not up to date in one of the installs.

    I also believe the missing details are under the “other” tab

    The english install shows 6 tabs where the other install shows only 5 tabs

    Hope that helps.


    Hi Garth Dryland,

    Yes.You’re right. They are two different versions of WordPress and WordPress Seo shown different. The settings of “meta” are in the “Other”.


    Garth Dryland

    Awesome. Glad I could help.


    Garth, how did you fix the problem in AIOSEO?

    Garth Dryland


    If you’re referring to the missing file editor I discovered it was a setting within the wp-config.php file.

    //This setting both disables and or allows file editors
    define(‘DISALLOW_FILE_EDIT’, true); means the file protection is turned on.

    This setting must be altered from true to false or the file editor is not even visible for use.

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