SEOPress Supports Google Site Names & Link Attributes

SEOPress has just released version 6.1 of their powerful WordPress SEO plugin. The latest updated introduced support for Google Site Names and link attributes for the Classic Editor.

Google Site Names

Titles & Metas
Titles & Metas Settings ©SEOPress

Google recently introduced an option for users to specify a site name and an alternative name used for mobile search results. In SEOPress, you will find these new settings at SEO > Titles and Metas > Home.

Both titles are automatically added to the schema on the homepage.

Link Attributes for Classic Editor

Link Attributes
Link Attributes ©SEOPress

By popular demand, SEOPress now finally lets you add a “nofollow”, “UGC” (user generated content) or “sponsored” attribute to your links.

However, this currently only works with the Classic Editor, as a hook is still missing for Gutenberg to filter the modal link.

In other news, SEOPress has also added support for PHP 8.1 and WordPress 6.1. Lastly, you can now migrate from the Slim SEO plugin too.

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