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Currently i am using the WordPress SEO plugin by Yoast.

if i activate the breadcrumbs in the plugin and set the code in my custom post type single page it is not properly displayed.

(Home > Features) instead of (Home > Features > current single feature)

i am using archive => true already and i have no idea why its acting this way. no custom hacks done just a custom post type and a clean install of wordpress and the plugin.

Also how do i tried adding a page called Features and created a template of my archive page, still the same result.

What is the best way to get this to work?


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closed as off-topic by Mark Kaplun, Johannes Pille, birgire, Pieter Goosen, s_ha_dum Oct 6 '14 at 21:08

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  • "Your question should be specific to WordPress. Generic PHP/JS/HTML/CSS questions might be better asked at Stack Overflow or another appropriate site of the Stack Exchange network. Third party plugins and themes are off topic." – Mark Kaplun, Johannes Pille, birgire, Pieter Goosen, s_ha_dum
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What may be better here (I figured this out after a while with that plugin) is to use Breadcrumb NavXT which will follow the complete page hierarchy (including taxonomies) down to the single-view. That ended up working much better for my use-case. Thanks.


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