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  • I’d be interested in reactions to these responses to a discussion on the best SEO plugin on a support forum I’m on ?

    1.
    Rankmath is not light, adds a shed load to the database, I know as I’ve had to clear it all out upon uninstalling. The SEO Framework is lightweight not used SEOPress so can’t comment on it.

    2.
    Forget Rankmath doesnt even support Taxonomies or Custom fields in the TITLE or Description meta fields.

    TIA, Dave

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  • Hello,

    Thank you for contacting Rank Math today.

    1. Rankmath is not light, adds a shed load to the database, I know as I’ve had to clear it all out upon uninstalling. The SEO Framework is lightweight not used SEOPress so can’t comment on it.
    Rank Math will save data in the same way as other plugins but it is correct that we add some additional tables in the database, the plugin will create the following additional tables to save user data but this is still average usage:
    prefix_rank_math_404_logs
    prefix_rank_math_internal_links
    prefix_rank_math_internal_meta
    prefix_rank_math_redirections
    prefix_rank_math_redirections_cache
    prefix_rank_math_sc_analytics

    We also make it easier to clear all the data if you wish to disable the plugin by making use of this code:

    /**
     * Filter to remove Rank Math data from the database
     */
    add_filter( 'rank_math_clear_data_on_uninstall', '__return_true' );

    ​​​​​​2. Forget Rankmath doesnt even support Taxonomies or Custom fields in the TITLE or Description meta fields.
    This is false, Rank Math suports taxonomies and custom fields on the titles and meta description through the following variables: %customfield(field-name)% and %term%

    I hope this info helps. Thank you.

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