- Fixes fatal error in the opening hours widget.
This version introduces two new Gutenberg blocks to work with:
The opening hours block
The store locator block
Blocks are now categorized under 'Yoast Structured Data Blocks'
wp-seo-local-frontend.jsfile was included in the footer of every admin page. It is now only included when it's needed.
Yoast SEO: Local SEO for WooCommerce has been integrated into Local SEO.
You can use your Yoast SEO Local locations as pickup store in your WooCommerce shop.
Adds a screen in the WooCommerce section which shows you an actual overview of the orders which should be delivered at your pickup store(s).
Configure a pick up location as tax address.
If you had a Local SEO for WooCommerce license, this has been converted into a Local SEO license.
Read more about it in this KB article: https://yoa.st/local-woo-local.
php_unamehas been disabled for security reasons.
[wpseo_address id="all"]now actually show all locations instead of a maximum of 10.
Fixed a typo that caused the shortcode generator for the store locator to no longer work.
wpseo_json_ld_outputwas set to false, Local SEO still ouputted JSON-LD data.
wpseo_show_opening_hours_afterwas used as an action instead of as a filter.
posts_clausesfunction filter into
business:contact_data:country_nameto resolve Open Graph error.
wpseo_manage_optionscapability. See https://github.com/Yoast/wordpress-seo/issues/7831 for more information.
A rewrite of the way locations are fetched. A new Locatons Repository class is added. This class returns an array of all the location data and can be called by using
new WPSEO_Local_Locations_Repository();. With the methods
get() you can fetch the locations. Get accepts a number of arguements. Check the code in
/classes/class-locations-repository.php for more detailed information.
A business image is now scaled to medium size when displaying on the Local SEO settings page.