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I imagine tagging a post has as much of a impact as the keywords meta tag, which is not at all. Mostly because you can easily cram your post full of unrelated keywords to try and trick the web crawler(s) into marking your content under many different 'categories'. They're mostly for your user and your (built in) search. The best kind of SEO is creating good ...


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You can not specify which field, but you can use the filter *aioseop_description* to do whatever you want with the description before presenting. So technically, you can use your custom field as follows (untested) : add_filter('aioseop_description','my_custom_description'); global $post; function my_custom_description($text) { $mycustomseo = ...


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Here's a simpler take. Only turn off the redirecting if none of the query_vars are present. In this way we get to keep the functionality, without the need to duplicate the logic already at redirect_canonical. add_filter('redirect_canonical', 'no_redirect_on_404', 10, 2); function no_redirect_on_404($redirect_url, $requested_url){ $id = ...


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First of all you are running your site inside frame. Which is not good. And secondly : Your site's title is set to caregiri and not to carEgiri, Ganghigiri Estyle Carpools. Remove this frame and direct your site to the IP you are working on. Have a look below and compare both the images



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