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I made the mistake of switching to Yoast SEO sometime ago and have, so far, been put off the idea of reverting back to the Genesis default settings for fear of any adverse effects.
I understand I can export the current Yoast settings and import them to Genesis but I wonder if anyone has already done this and if there is something else I need to do, or are there any drawbacks I haven't contemplated?
I have endured with Yoast thus far because there are a few settings that are still useful and require a bit of work to achieve by other means. For example: removing the /category/ base, removing RSS links in the header and no indexing /page/ archives.
That latest update, however, is littered with the all too common bugs and the plug-in is just getting too complicated and bloated.
Not really. Yoast adds a lot of functions that make zero difference to your sites search performance. I don't think going back to basics is going to make any difference - I was just hoping for some more constructive feedback?
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