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Is anyone can help me, how can i make my website that google in search list will show the URL like this (www.ask.com › All › Apps, Gadgets, Computers & Games‎)? example

Separated by angle brackets, and any part can separately choosen.

Thank You for help!

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I’m not sure, but maybe an XML Sitemap could do that. – Rory O'Kane Aug 20 '13 at 15:01

Those are "breadcrumbs" that Google takes off the text of the page. To get them into the SERPs you need to have links on your page that are separated by > or use the breadcrumb rich snippet markup: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/185417?hl=en

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The markup on that page seems to be Google-specific or out-of-date. It's probably wiser to use schema.org markup for WebPage, with the breadcrumb property. – Brendon Aug 20 '13 at 21:22
This site not use breadcrumbs, but in google it looks like good: docplanner.at/kinderarzt/fernitz – Stuartson Aug 21 '13 at 19:29

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