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BuddyPress 2.2.1 is available now

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  • dzaho
    Participant

    @dzaho

    after updating to the current version, member profile name doesn’t not show in the page title

    before it was Members | site-title, after updating now shows (blank) | sitetitle.

    Also, how can I make user profile name show in the page title like Username | site-title ?


    @mercime
    Moderator

    @mercime

    @dzaho I can see “Members | Site Title” in my installation. What theme are you using and what other plugins are activated? Are you using an SEO plugin?


    dzaho
    Participant

    @dzaho

    @mercime Am KLEO theme and yes WordPress SEO is active


    @mercime
    Moderator

    @mercime

    @dzaho If you deactivate the SEO plugin, does the page title show up then?


    dzaho
    Participant

    @dzaho

    @mercime I deactivated SEO and the page title shows up fine. it now shows Username | Profile | Site Title


    dzaho
    Participant

    @dzaho

    @mercime Its working fine now without SEO, thanks. But does it mean I cannot use SEO


    Michael
    Participant

    @michaelhpdx

    I have the same problem — when WordPress SEO (Yoast) is enabled, the page titles are botched, and in fact on my site the page title is the title of the most recent blog posting! Bizarre.

    Config for site http://www.dalluva.com:
    Wordpress 4.1.1
    Buddypress 2.2.1
    Yoast SEO plugin 1.7.3.1

    This happened right after I upgraded to 2.2.1.

    This looks like a major compatibility issue between Yoast WordPress SEO (super popular) and Buddypress — I’ll start a separate thread on this. This needs to get fixed ASAP.

    Michael


    @mercime
    Moderator

    @mercime

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