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# Tuesday, 22 January 2013
Tuesday, 22 January 2013 20:58:32 (GMT Standard Time, UTC+00:00) ( Package | SEO Checker | Umbraco )

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After releasing the beta version of SEO Checker almost two months ago, it’s time for a release candidate. An exciting time because if all goes well we have the final release available in just a few weeks(it’s all about writing the user manual ;-) ). The release candidate solves the following issues found in the beta version:

  • Fixed encoding issues in the validation process
  • Added a validator to prevent robots.txt, or meta follow/index  is blocking the whole site being crawled
  • If a robots.txt file exist on disk, use that one instead of generating a dynamic one
  • Fixed several issues regarding  url rewriting
  • Fixed several issues regarding broken inbound links
  • Changed low level error messages to user friendly ones when an exception occurs
  • Added several improvements in configuration
  • Fixed Umbraco V6 RC compatibility issues

If you already installed SEO Checker beta it’s best to upgrade since the beta expires February 1th and upgrading is easy, just use the package installer. So what are you waiting for….download the RC today

Non production Warning:
This is a  release candidate!! SEO checker is tested on different sites but can still have some issues in specific situations. We love to get some feedback but don't use this package in production! If you find any issues please send us an email support@soetemansoftware.nl and we will get back to you ASAP!  Also keep an eye on our hotfix location! Here you find the most recent bugfixes.  The release candidate will expire on May 1th 2013. After May 1th it will fall back to trial mode which means it will only work on localhost and you can only validate one page at a time.

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