Microdata is an HTML specification to embed rich semantic data labels within web pages, supporting machine readability.

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Can I have duplicate microdata markup on a single page?

I'm trying to work with schemas for the first time. Is it OK if I have duplicate itemprop? Meaning, If I have my company phone number in different places: header, footer, sometimes in sidebar... ...
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Google Testing Tool reports error on Schema.org “location”

I am testing Microdata + Schema.org for an Event but the Google Testing Tool says the location is missing although it's been provided. Any idea what I am messing up? <div itemscope ...
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When does Google use article published date vs article modified date in SERP?

I have a website with a number of long form content articles that I keep updated. The page generates two date snippets from this: <time itemprop="datePublished" ...
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linking several separated schema.org <div>s together?

I'm adding schema.org semantic markups, and would like to link several of which are in quite different parts of webpage together. This works when I specify them as parent/child: <div itemscope ...
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Will AggregateRating markup that is generated dynamically by client side JavaScript show stars on Google search?

Google show stars in Google search with JavaScript dynamically generated rich snippets? I'm thinking about starting a widget that my users will put in their website. My widget will generate rich ...
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Is it correct to replace a general schema.org item with a more specific sub item

I've recently been looking at the schema vocab for describing the layout of a webpage. The easiest and most obvious item to implement is the WebPage tag. If you're just assigning ...
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Google Schema.org alternate to PriceSpecification

I'm back with another Schema.org / Google inconsistency. Our store sells many products that have different variants each with their own price. For example a heater may be sold in any of 8 BTU levels ...
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Does Google parse SVG images as value of the Schema.org 'image' property in JSON-LD?

Structured data markup is a standard way to annotate your content so Google can understand it. However, I am not sure, if Google will accept and parse svg+xml images as a value for the Schema.org ...
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schema.org Residence lacks some specialisations

After reviewing http://schema.org/Residence and the Specialisation under it, it seems that the wording is very west oriented. Especially in the sense of representing Condo buildings? and as an extreme ...
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Schema.org mainContentOfPage property is not recognized by Google

I'm developing a website for a property portal, that when a user enter the required inputs it shows a listing of the properties. I want to give them a product that includes Microdata. But when I ...
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Schema.org - Can Product be nested inside of CreativeWork to leverage extra facets?

It seems that schema.org/Product is a bit limited when it comes to pushing various attributes such as modified time. I see that schema.org/CreativeWork has an about facet that looks for a Thing (such ...
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Should schema.org structured data for products be used on category pages on an e-commerce site?

I use schema.org structured data markup on all of my product pages. The products are well indexed in Google, and the meta data shows up mostly as expected. My question is a sub-question to the ...
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Where is the ideal place in code to use Schema.org markup as JSON-LD?

Where is the best place to put Schema.org markup that uses JSON-LD? Some recommend inside <head> but scripts work inline too. It would be easier in an MVC to put them in the same scope as the ...
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Combine microdata to optimize website - Is combining OK?

I have an SEO question, I can't find out if it's OK, that's reason why I ask. I defined my breadcrumb from main navi with help from Rich Snippets – Breadcrumbs, by using its "data-vocabulary". Is ...
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Using Schema for Blogging Article VS BlogPosting

I have been remaking my website for some time now and I want to launch it as quickly as possible but I want to make it leading edge if possible. I am currently I'm using a modified template (I know! ...
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Anyway to validate schema.org JSON before publishing?

I have a site with a lot of data, and I'm dynamically building JSON-LD data that I think is schema.org correct. I can't find a dead-on example on schema.org, and it will take forever if I have to ...
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Should a site with many similar drum rhythm pages use canonical to a single page because the pages are so similar?

I created a drum machine to interface a rhythm database. There are as many pages as stored rhythms, each with a friendly URL containing genre and rhythm name in it. Them all pages look almost ...
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how to remove old data from structure data webmaster tool

How can I remove old items from Structured Data? see attached image, want to delete old records, as its showing 2013 records which were already fixed.
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Do search engines support microformats2?

I just noticed that there was a new spec for microformats: microformats2. But I tried testing some HTML (the example from here) in the Rich Snippets testing tool in Google Webmaster Tools and it says ...
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Using Scheme Markup for Company Reviews

this is my first post in here, i was hoping someone would be able to help me out a little. I'm trying to get my head around using Schema markup for a company website to show their reviews of the ...
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Google's Rich Snippets testing tool error on Recipe

I marked up a page for Recipe Rich Snippets with Microdata, however I'm getting an error in Google's Testing Tool: Error: In order to generate a preview with rich snippets, at least 2 of the ...
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A schema.org schema for a menu item in a restaurant

schema.org features a schema for a restaurant: Thing > Organization > LocalBusiness > FoodEstablishment > Restaurant One of its fields is a menu: Property: menu Expected type: URL or ...
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What is the difference between microdata and microformats?

I have searched quite a bit for this and I am not happy enough with what I have read. I also found these questions here: Microdata vs. Microformats What are the advantages of Schema.org's ...
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Microformatting Questions & Answers - Semantic web 3.0?

With the introduction of the Semantic Web we (SEO's) have the opportunity to mark-up our content in such a way that robots/crawlers have a better understanding about the meaning of our content. And, ...
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Microdata vs RFDa

I am wondering whether to use Microdata or RFDa to mark information for search engines on my Webapplication. Google supports and has documentation for both. But i was not able to find a summary ...
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SEOquake is not recogonizng microformats

I generated Rich snippets (for organization) microcode for one of my websites, using instructions like https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/146897?hl=en ...
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Using Schema logo markup with SVG images

I've made a logo which is awesome and I've saved it in AI and SVG format. I wish to use the SVG file on the a site as the logo will appear many times all over the site and would be better than saving ...
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Google Webmaster Tools refusing to see my Structured Data

I've been unable to get Webmaster tools to see my sites structured data. It keeps reporting "We do not detect any structured data on your site". You can inspect my html by visiting: ...
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Microdata Without Reviews

I have not been able to find a clear issue on omitting reviews from Microdata. I understand that Microdata values for reviews will default to a certain number when omitted, but I was wondering if it ...
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Should I use schema.org location tagging on every page?

I have a nicely tagged section on my homepage describing a restaurant's location, city, state, zip, telephone, cuisine type, price and payments accepted. Should I tag any of this info on every other ...
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What schema should mark up comment that are in response to other comments?

I have an article that has user comments. I would like to have other comments inside each comment as responses: <article id="com1" itemprop="comment" itemscope="" ...
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Can I use reviews hosted on my own domain for AdWords review extension?

I am gathering reviews for my eshop by a third party service but the service is not using schema.org to mark up the reviews. This means that I can't use them for AdWords review extensions. I have ...
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How long for data highlighter mark up to appear in structured data tool?

I used the data highlighter in webmaster tools over 3 weeks ago to mark up some local business data, but there is still no structured data being detected in webmaster tools. Does any body have any ...
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Is Thing > Intangible > Offer the right schema for a site with company share price information?

I'm adding some structured data to a site I'm working on, and have been through the various categories on Schema.org. The site gives company share price information, and have narrowed down ...
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Can you use data-vocabulary.org and schema.org on the same page?

In WordPress, can you use data-vocabulary.org and schema on the same page? For example in a WordPress post schema.org is used to define the sidebar, page content, breadcrumbs and data-vocabulary.org ...
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Schema.org itemtype identifier - Should it use relative urls or https links?

In the age of SSL everywhere there are still major sites that lack it. Schema.org for example allows HTTPS but resolves naturally to HTTP. Seems like it would make sense to call upon the HTTPS ...
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How to display the number of words in an article using schema.org [closed]

I would like to display the number of words of an article using schema.org as indicated here for wordCount. My code is unfortunately not working however: <span ...
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Correct microdata and/or microformats for real estate listings?

Given I am running a real estate rentals listing website, what would be the correct microdata or microformats for the listing pages? There is the usual data: address, photos, price, start date, ...
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Can microdata be implemented in meta tags?

Please consider the following code marked up with attributes to provide microdata: <!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <title>Micro data test - Normal ...
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Incomplete hAtom vs. No hAtom

I maintain a WordPress plugin that allows authors to makes widgets representing other pages on their sites with a linked title, thumbnail image, and excerpt of the text. I've used hAtom to mark up the ...
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schema.org for items that are not for sale?

Is there any schema for items that are not for sale? (example: stamps from a catalog). I saw "Product" but I'm not sure if it ok to describe with it a stamp. Thank you!
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Why can't Google find the structured data on most of my indexed pages?

I have a website with approximately 30,000 pages. Google index is OK, almost all pages are indexed, but in Structured data I see only 48 pages detected for schema.org. Schema.org is identical of whole ...
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How Do Google RDF Bots React to Multistore, Possibly With Shared Products/Reviews?

We enabled RDF everywhere on a corporate multistore setup using a popular ecom platform aprx 1 month ago. All is well, RDF tests check out, we auth'd each domain->location->publisher, ...
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Is having breadcrumb on a website enough to give result with bread crumb on google's SERP?

Is having breadcrumb on a website enough to give result with bread crumb! on google's SERP? I want to have this category : bread crumb in front of my url. 2 ways go for micro data or schemas ...
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html5 microdata strategy for a planned activity (not physical)

I try to put microdata in a leisure club's planning, which propose various activities (drawing, yoga, english for kids...). My problem is with those weekly activities as microdata event does'nt ...
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Marking Maps with Schema or Using the Rich Snippet Map Feature

I want to know if it is possible to make a Map Rich Snippet of my website, but I don't want it to be Google Maps. Haven't seen any Yahoo or Bing maps on Google SERPS. Is it possible to make that ...
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Google Webmaster Highlight Data for paginated blog entries

I'm trying to get google to recognise my entries as articles using the "Start Highlighting" tool in the Webmasters Toolkit. Problem is that if I put a page set "...blog/*/*/" it says, "Pattern does ...
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Can Item Types Inherit Item Properties From Other Item Types?

I'm looking to start incorporating "Structured Data", "Rich Snippets", or what ever terms may be associated with the schema.org vocabulary. I'm specifically interested in microdata rules. Most of the ...
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Star rating not showing in rich snippets

We've recently been doing a lot of work on our site's SEO (www.betterthanreviews.com). We recently did a push to update the rich snippets breadcrumb, meta description, and star rating. After giving ...
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How to make search engines understand website sections and tags?

I have a website to sell products. It basically divides the products based on tags. For Example; if you access tag page for "iPhone", the website will display links to "iPhone 6 plus", "iPhone ...