Comment on WPRobot Autoblog Plugin by SEO Dave.

WPRobot Plugin SEO Sounds like you want more media rich content shown on archive sections of the site, so when you load a category for example all the posts content are shown.

This is not a good idea SEO wise. You’ll have 10 entire posts on each archive page and that could be a LOT of content, that’s why excerpts are shown instead.

If you want an entire post loaded on categories there’s a Stallion Responsive option under “Stallion Theme” >> “Layout Options” : “Show Full Post Content on Archives”, tick it and full posts will load.

It’s not a good idea SEO wise, the performance hit alone is huge.

You can add thumbnail images to the excerpts, “Stallion Theme” >> “Colour Options” : under section “Auto and Featured Thumbnails”.

Tags on archives can be disabled under “Stallion Theme” >> “Layout Options” : “Hide Post Tags on Archives**”. There isn’t an option to disable tags on a particular format like Images, you’d have to modify theme files or not use tags (having automated tags added by WPRobot is a terrible idea SEO wise).

I used to use a plugin that generated a more media rich excerpt output, but I stopped using it years ago after adding the thumbnail support.

It’s the Post Teaser Plugin: used to have an SEO’d version that had a much better SEO output, but because not used it in years probably better with the original which was last updated June 2014.

I haven’t tested the plugin in years (can’t help with the options). When I used it last it would take an excerpt from the post, but rather than strip out all the HTML coding it kept it. If you set the excerpt to 200 words and in those 200 words there was an image, the image would load on categories etc… That’s a much better solution than using an entire post output on categories etc… if that’s what you want.

If I recall correctly it used paragraphs (p tags) to determine the end of a section, so wouldn’t just grab 200 words, would grab 200 words + end of the paragraph. If a post is in one paragraph the entire post is used.