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This is Issue 113 moved from a Google Code project.
Added by 2011-01-19T13:31:00.000Z by Bla...@gmail.com.
Please review that bug for more context and additional comments, but update this bug.
Original labels: Type-Defect, Priority-Medium
<b>What steps will reproduce the problem?</b>
1. Install Arras.
2. Install WordPress SEO.
3. Try to set a custom HTML title in SEO configuration.
<b>What is the expected output? What do you see instead?</b>
I'd expect to see the title I configured in WordPress SEO. Instead I get a title manufactured by the function arras_document_title().
It should at least be possible to disable the function and use default wp_title() instead.
Luckily there is a "Force rewrite titles" function in WordPress SEO to
override any custom title functions in themes (uses preg_replace), but a "use default" in arras would be faster.
Also: need to check for class "WPSEO_Frontend" in arras_document_description()
<b>What versions of WordPress and Arras Theme are you using?</b>
* WP 3.0.4
* Arras 18.104.22.168