Hi guys !
I just wanted to talk about the
<no script>Made with Laygridder</noscript>
I'm all for sharing and giving credits. The only thing is that in my particular situation, I wanted to use layGridder as a cover layout building plugin. Which means that I can call 30 layouts in the same page if I want.
(exemple : https://pierrerose.studio/projects/ )
And while it's amazing in the back-end to build my layouts in seconds and pretty cool (with a few tweaks) in the front-end. At first on Google my page was showing as below :
Pierre Rose Studio
Work. Artwork. Made with layGridder. Made with layGridder. Made with layGridder. Made with layGridder. Made with layGridder. Made with layGridder. Made with layGridder. Made with layGridder ...
While I'm still building the website and will definitely need to work on my SEO at some point, my guess is that : this is not the team's expected behaviour.
And given the fact that it is not instroduced as a wordpress filter/action, and that there is no other implemented way to prevent it from being added 56 times (like include_once 'credits.php'), there is nothing I can do on my side to mitigate the issue (besides editing the plugin files directly or stop using laygridder).
How important is this feature for layGridder('s team) ? Does it really bring SEO / visibility benefits for the plugin ?
To be honest I'd actually prefer to add visible credits for the user to see and click than something for google search only (especially in it's current state).
In my opinion, as a plugin the best fit for that
<no script> would be to be printed only once in the page footer on every page that has a gridder or as a desactivable option.