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SEO meta is output when **ALL** SEO for Custom Post Types is disabled #1069
Related to #1067
If you uncheck all post type and taxonomy boxes under Custom Post Type Settings and then disable SEO for Custom Post Types then SEO meta is still output in the source of posts and pages.
This also happens with categories and tags in Pro, specifically where you've previously added SEO meta in the Edit Term screen.
This has been a bug for a while now.
Steps to reproduce this:
To reproduce for categories or tags:
This problem should go away when we remove the SEO for Custom Post Types option - Issue #68
Perhaps check this a second time before assigning this to the development team.
@arnaudbroes I assume you mean the title tag of the page. I don't see the title being changed except for some special characters being suitably modified e.g. pipe being converted to
Can you please check if its not something else?
Also, I've added a change so that the meta tag is not shown on the AMP pages either.