Version 8.033 changes

  • Special character handling in custom fields improved.
  • Embed video option added. When the option is enabled, the contents of the video custom field will be embedded into the post. The custom filed may contain a direct link to a video file (.mp4, .webm ect) or an embed code (<iframe>).

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Version 8.022 changes

  • A bug in post date filter fixed.
  • Article Forge integration improved.
  • Empty feed URLs are now supported. This is a way to add a dummy feed to use it in conjunction with Article Forge or your own content generation methods such as post templates and custom PHP code.
  • New events added to the syndication log.
  • Some minor fixes and improvements.

Version 8.021 changes

  • Fixed bug in ESpinner logging procedure.
  • The “Presets” menu items now sorted by name.
  • The existing feed URL can be altered on the feed settings page.
  • Post preview improved.
  • The adult site preset packages updated.
  • Fully compatible with WordPress 5.5.3.

Version 8.020 changes

Custom taxonomies are now supported and can be assigned to any standard or custom post type. You can set the custom taxonomies on the feed settings page or/and do it via PHP code.

Make sure to upgrade your copy of CyberSEO Pro to version 8.020.

Version 8.014 changes

A new “Disable JSON section name detection” option has been added to the “Advanced” feed settings. This option allows you to disable the built-in sophisticated detection of JSON section names. And forces to plugin to use only the section names, specified in the “XML section names” box. How can it be useful? Let’s take a look at the iTunes JSON feed: https://rss.itunes.apple.com/api/v1/us/apple-music/coming-soon/all/10/explicit.json

It has the following structure:

{
    "feed": {
        "title": "Coming Soon",
        "id": "https://rss.itunes.apple.com/api/v1/us/apple-music/coming-soon/all/10/explicit.json",
        "author": {
            "name": "iTunes Store",
            "uri": "http://wwww.apple.com/us/itunes/"
        },
        "links": [{
                "self": "https://rss.itunes.apple.com/api/v1/us/apple-music/coming-soon/all/10/explicit.json"
            }, {
                "alternate": "https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewRoom?fcId=1396220241\u0026app=music"
            }],
        "copyright": "Copyright © 2018 Apple Inc. All rights reserved.",
        "country": "us",
        "icon": "http://itunes.apple.com/favicon.ico",
        "updated": "2020-10-25T02:16:04.000-07:00",
        "results": [{
                "artistName": "Miley Cyrus",
                "id": "1536966025",
                "releaseDate": "2020-11-27",
                "name": "Plastic Hearts",
                "kind": "album",
                "copyright": "℗ 2020 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment",
                "artistId": "137057909",
                "contentAdvisoryRating": "Explicit",
                "artistUrl": "https://music.apple.com/us/artist/miley-cyrus/137057909?app=music",
                "artworkUrl100": "https://is3-ssl.mzstatic.com/image/thumb/Music124/v4/b9/c9/49/b9c949e6-d635-be2f-971d-81145effcf3d/886448810216.jpg/200x200bb.png",
                "genres": [{
                        "genreId": "14",
                        "name": "Pop",
                        "url": "https://itunes.apple.com/us/genre/id14"
                    }, {
                        "genreId": "34",
                        "name": "Music",
                        "url": "https://itunes.apple.com/us/genre/id34"
                    }],
                "url": "https://music.apple.com/us/album/plastic-hearts/1536966025?app=music"
            }, {
                "artistName": "The White Stripes",
                "id": "1534387685",
                "releaseDate": "2020-12-04",
                "name": "The White Stripes Greatest Hits",
                "kind": "album",
                "copyright": "℗ 2020 Jack White and Meg White",
                "artistId": "2456318",
                "artistUrl": "https://music.apple.com/us/artist/the-white-stripes/2456318?app=music",
                "artworkUrl100": "https://is5-ssl.mzstatic.com/image/thumb/Music114/v4/11/36/39/11363968-cd8d-96bc-e031-2b4a9a4743c4/886448804529.jpg/200x200bb.png",
                "genres": [{
                        "genreId": "21",
                        "name": "Rock",
                        "url": "https://itunes.apple.com/us/genre/id21"
                    }, {
                        "genreId": "34",
                        "name": "Music",
                        "url": "https://itunes.apple.com/us/genre/id34"
                    }],
                "url": "https://music.apple.com/us/album/the-white-stripes-greatest-hits/1534387685?app=music"
            }]
    }
}

If we let CyberSEO Pro to automatically detect section names, it will take the first one, which will be “<links></links>”. So we won’t be able to get the necessary information about the music albums. To solve this problem, we need to explicitly set the section we want to parse. This can be easily done as shown below.

  1. Add RESULTS_ITEM tag to the XML section names.
  2. Check (enable) the Disable JSON section name detection check box.

That’s all we need to do 😉