Concrete - Systems & Settings - Bulk Updater - referencing a removed theme

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Does your product 'add on' to the Dashboards 'bulk updater' or replace it completely ?

The problem I am having with my present installation of Concrete5.8.3.2 is that the bulk updater is referencing a previously installed and removed theme - basically rendering the Concrete5 SEO bulk updater function non-functional.

Please read my posting ( in the link below ) about this problem to get a better understanding about what I am encountering with the built in Concrete5 bulk updater and based on your reading of the problem, you will understand why I am asking where your program will totally replace that stock built in SEO bulk updater or whether it might get buggered up during installation because it may be dependent on the original Concrete5 bulk updater functioning correctly.

As you are completely immersed in the coding surrounding the Concrete5 SEO bulk updater, possibly you may be able to give me some clue on how to fix the built in SEO bulk updater so that I can use your program instead of the Concrete5 built in one.

Many thanks in advance for any info or insight you can give me


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ramonleenders replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi Marq,

Devoda SEO does not use "Bulk SEO Updater", it only references a link to that page (when exists). The bulk updater page is meant to do quick edits, not to do EVERYTHING you can do as far as SEO goes. So you can use Devoda SEO without having this page, you won't miss a thing.

As for the missing page, did you try and re-install the theme that did this? Perhaps that will fix your issue? You can have it installed, but just don't use it. Apparently, someone did some bad coding for that theme then if that screwed with your default pages... Pretty bad stuff to be honest! Alternately, you could perhaps do this code somewhere:

use SinglePage;

Kind regards,


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# concrete5 Version
Core Version - 8.3.2
Version Installed - 8.3.2
Database Version - 20180122213656

# concrete5 Packages
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