Page title support

This enables the use of ASA2 shortcodes in page titles. For example, create a template that only contains the placeholder {{ Title }} and call it “product_title”. You can use this template, to include the product name in the page title. ASA2 will also take care of the page’s slug and meta title for SEO friendly URLs:

ASA 2 support page title ASA 2 support page title

SEO plugins support

Activate this option to be able to use ASA2 shortcodes in SEO plugins. Then you can use shortcode in meta title and description fields.

Currently supported SEO plugins are:

  • WordPress SEO by Yoast

With WordPress SEO you can use shortcodes in the SEO title field:

ASA 2 WordPress SEO support

Render in RSS Feeds

By default, ASA2 placeholders do not get rendered in your site’s RSS feeds. If you want that, activate this option.

ASA 2 option render in feeds

ASA 1 support

If you were using ASA 1 before on your site, you might want ASA2 to handle ASA 1 contents. Activating this option, let’s ASA2 handle all ASA 1 shortcodes, widgets and PHP function. You should use the Migration Wizard when upgrading from ASA 1.

ASA 1 support option

ASA 1 default template

By default, the ASA2 default template will be used to render ASA 1 [asa] shortcode without declaration of a custom template. If you want ASA2 to use the old ASA 1 default template in that case, activate this option.

ASA 1 default tpl

Hide editor button

With this option set, you can hide the ASA2 editor button in the WP default post editor.

Backend in English

By activating this option, the ASA2 backend will always be loaded in English, no matter which default language is configured in the WP settings.