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All In One SEO Pack Release History

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Translations for All in One SEO Pack

This is the full list of translations that are available for All in One SEO Pack, together with our most important contributors. Due to frequent updates and features, translations can be out-of-date. Would you also like to help us out

Update to All in One SEO Pack version 2.2.7.2

On September 4th, All In One SEO Pack released an update to version 2.2.7.2. This update includes: Support for WordPress 4.3. New Spanish language translation – Thanks to Fernando Tellado from AyudaWP.com. Bug fixes for issues reported by users in our support forums. View the

Update to All in One SEO Pack to patch security vulnerability

In conjunction with many other plugin developers, we have released an update to All in One SEO Pack today which patches a security vulnerability within our plugin.  This vulnerability affects only users who have activated the File Editor module in All in

Mobile Usability report from Google

Have you recently received an email from Google alerting you to fix mobile usability issues they found on your site?  If you’re among the many people who have recently received an email like the one shown below and you don’t

Black Friday WordPress Coupons

Start off your holidays with a bang this year and supercharge your WordPress site. Once again, online products and services are participating in offering the best deals of the year. We’ve rounded up a list of this year’s best Black Friday

Security News – WordPress 3.8.2 Security Release and the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability

This week has been a busy week for web security.  Yesterday saw the release of WordPress version 3.8.2 which is a security release that patches against several vulnerabilities and Monday saw the release of information regarding a vulnerability with OpenSSL

5 Common WordPress Mistakes You Can Avoid

With all the options available to you with WordPress it’s easy to make mistakes that can have effects ranging from minor to catastrophic. Here are 5 of the most common WordPress mistakes and how you can avoid them:   1.

Beware of spam emails regarding WordPress Customer Reward Program

We are aware of a spam email that is going around regarding All in One SEO Pack from 542657735@wordpress.org.  The email starts with “You have been chosen by WordPress to take part in our Customer Reward(ing) Program” or ” You

All in One SEO Pack Pro v2.1 webinar with Webdesign.com

Yesterday we held a webinar in conjunction with our friends at WebDesign.com where we demonstrated the new features in our very popular All in One SEO Pack Pro v2.1 plugin.  The webinar was a great success.  If you missed it you can