WordPress The SEO Framework Plugin


WordPress The SEO Framework Plugin post shows you the simplicity, the layout, the design, the plugin structure and more.

Last Updated: May 25, 2017

The SEO Framework changelog 2.9.2.


  • Now, Polylang is officially supported by The SEO Framework.
  • The sitemap now supports plain permalinks. That means it now literally works for every website.
  • The robots.txt file has been enhanced, so it now informs you when the output location is incorrect.
  • Moreover, various bugs have been fixed, mainly concerning third party plugins.

We’re looking for translation editors:

  • First, thank you so much to all the translation contributors.
  • Now, if you want to see The SEO Framework in your language, head over to this page and feel free to contribute.
  • If you wish to easily maintain and keep a close eye on all the contributions for your language, ask us to ask WordPress Polyglots to add you as a contributor.
  • Ultimately, it’s up to the WordPress Polyglots team to fulfill your request. It generally depends on how well you’ve submitted translations for you to be accepted.

A few notes about translations:

  • If you use a machine to translate for you, note that they can generate out-of-context strings. So keep an eye out for those!
  • If you notice that strings are very hard to translate, e.g. because of grammatical gender, let us know!
  • Please don’t translate “The SEO Framework”, it’s a registered brand-name.
  • Be sure not to add spaces if you see backticks, asterisks, or brackets. They’re used for Markdown language construction.
  • In TSF, you generally can’t use UTF character codes like ♡, as they’re automatically removed or rendered unreadable for added security. Add them as displayed instead: ?.

Detailed log:

All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.


In this post you will learn more about the layout, structure, design and the simplicity of The SEO Framework plugin. The plugin is simple and easy to use and set up. It is a great and easy to use plugin which helps you manage the SEO of your website or blog.

You know there are many SEO plugins in the WordPress repository and most do a great job and this is a newly addition in the repository. This plugin is also receiving great reviews and many recommendations. Another very important factor about this plugin is the outstanding support you receive from the developer Sybre Waaijer. Not only does the developer provide great support but he also provides extensive information when answering questions and helping troubleshoot issues in the forum. His SEO knowledge is second to none and he is dedicated to making this plugin one of the best.

With the above mentioned one could say that it is safe and a great investment for your website by installing this SEO plugin. I am sure you will agree with my comments above.

The developer has gone even a step further and started adding some SEO tips. Most tips are mentioned every-time there is a new release. You might like to read them, please click on the following URL The SEO Framework SEO Tips.


What you need

WordPress The SEO Framework Plugin

The following image SEO Settings shows you the plugins admin panel. You can see how simple it is to set up and manage. Each menu title describes the settings you will manage for the site.

SEO Settings Menu List

  1. General Settings
  2. Title Settings
  3. Description Meta Settings
  4. Home Page Settings
  5. Social Meta Settings
  6. Schema Settings
  7. Robots Meta Settings
  8. Webmaster Meta Settings
  9. Sitemap Settings
  10. Feed Settings


Note: Click on the arrow pointing down next to each feature to expand the menu. You can also expand any of the menus by placing your mouse anywhere in the settings you wish to set up and clicking on your left mouse button.

WordPress The SEO Framework Tutorials:

  1. General Settings
  2. Title Settings
  3. Color Coded Display Bar
  4. Admin Title Settings
  5. Admin Description Settings
  6. Sitemap
  7. Feed Settings
  8. Extension Manager
  9. Posts Metabox Settings
  10. Data Transporter Steps
  11. Troubleshooting

The structure and settings above are very simple to manage. Remember the developer keeps adding more functions and improving this plugin. There are also more add-ons being developed very soon.

I will be adding more information soon. So keep coming back for the latest. If you have any questions please let me know.


Manuel Ballesta RuizManuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.