In Yoast SEO 13.2, you’ll find a number of checks moved to the WordPress Site Health tool. Site Health was introduced in WordPress 5.2 as a way to help site owners and managers get a sense of how their site is doing, technically speaking. Find out more about these changes in our 13.2 release post!
- Adds the capability to view Site Health to the SEO Manager role.
- Adds a cURL minimal version check to Site Health.
- Moves the "The postname is present in your permalink"-notification from the SEO Dashboard to Site Health.
- Moves the "You are using the default WordPress tagline"-notification from the SEO Dashboard to Site Health.
- Moves the "Your site is indexable"-notification and widget from the SEO dashboard to Site Health.
- Improves the usability of the "Your site is indexable" Site Health check.
- Adds error handling for the "Your site is indexable" status request.
- Adds an ID to the FAQ sections in the Schema output.
- Removes the "Check headers"-tool from the Yoast Admin bar menu, as it is no longer available.