I have installed the seo module from HubertusAnton and it's working fine on pages with pagetype Page. It creates a new tab in the CMS where you can optimize the page for searchengines. Now I have created a new pagetype PortfolioPage (extends Page). I expected that the SEO module would show up in the CMS for the new pagetype as well since it extends Page. But I can't seem to get the SEO module to work on pages with pagetype 'PortfolioPage'. In the docs I read that I should put the new class in the yml-config file but I am probably doing something wrong, since this is also not solving the problem. Can someone please give me a clue?
Can you post more information about your yaml config? One thing to double check is that you are indenting your yml files using 2 spaces and not tabs.
Ofcourse, here it is. The spaces are there though. No tabs :)
--- Name: 'seoextensions' --- Page: extensions: 0: 'SeoObjectExtension' SeoConfig: Page: true ErrorPage: false RedirectorPage: false VirtualPage: false PortfolioPage: extensions: 0: 'SeoObjectExtension'
edit: the spaces get lost when the post is viewed, so I attached a txt-file with the yml content
Finally found the problem: all the while I was adding my own Class to the config.yml but in the wrong way. Attached the correct yml-file, where you see my own class PortfolioPage added under SeoConfig (duhhh, why did it take me so long to get this ?? )
There is a new version (2.0) released which works the opposite way. All Pages which extend Page have the SEO Tab.
Excluding Pages to have the SEO tab can be set in the config. Also the suggest from Google works better.
And btw the new release is not backwards compatible :)
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