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  • #17649

    Hi Guys

    I’ve just tried WordPress SEO and not sure where exactly to put Yoasts

    :- Add the following code to your theme’s template(s):

    <?php if ( function_exists(‘yoast_breadcrumb’) ) {

    yoast_breadcrumb(‘<p id=”breadcrumbs”>’,'</p>’);

    } ?>

    I’ve tried it in the header.php and nothings showing?

    Could you recommend a suitable plugin if this ones not compatable?

    Thanks

    Pixelist

    #96305

    Imho the Yoast plugin should work fine with our theme (of course the styling, etc. will not be perfect but the breadcrumb itself should work). Please activate the breadcrumb and post a link to your propulsion website.

    #96306

    Hi Dude

    I need to know where to place the code above as they (yoast) only say “Add the following code to your theme’s template(s)”

    Do they mean the header.php I tried this (no luck) or functions.php (tried this and got a white screen) or all pages?

    Basically until I paste the code above in the right place It’s not going to work – I can see the seo plugin in the dashboard but it doesn’t appear on the site. http://www.aclgroup.co.uk/wordpress.

    Hope you can help

    regards

    Pixelist

    #96307

    Hey!

    Did you activate the breadcrumb (SEO > Internal Links option page)?

    Best regards,

    Peter

    #96308

    I’m in the same boat and would love to know where to post the breadcrumbs code.

    Thank you!

    #96309

    Hey!

    Probably the best solution is to add it to header.php below following code/line:

    </div><!-- end container-->

    However maybe some additional styling, etc. will be required.

    Regards,

    Peter

    #96310

    Wow! Brilliant. Thank you SO much Peter.

    It worked a dream :)

    #96311

    Hi kizuri,

    Glad that Peter helped you. :)

    Cheers,

    Ismael

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