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The Schema markup for a product should be like:- <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Product"> <a itemprop="url" href="http://www.example.com/product"> <div itemprop="name"><strong>Product Name</strong></div> </a> <div itemprop="description">This is my product ...


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[Updated: I suggest nesting types/elements when mark-up appears to require it. The reason is simple. You never know how the data will be used and where nesting is appropriate, nesting will give a clearer picture of the data you are marking-up. Nesting does not always seem possible when you try and stitch mark-up into your HTML. It can be a real struggle ...


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I'm not sure when this issue started for you, but my Merchant Center Account was throwing the same error for Limited Availability items also. It turns out that Google's updated their feed specification (see here) and are removing LimitedAvailability as an allowed value. I updated those items to be In Stock, and the warnings disappeared. Another valid ...


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This issue is rather common and found in mostly poorly edited or made WordPress themes. entry-title, updated and author are all related to the Hatom markup which requires hentry to included above the fold and ideally in the body. It's likely that your website is missing author, updated and entry-title leaving hentry still within your code. View source and ...


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No specific Schema for multiple organisations but the available markup for organisation Schema can handle this. No (see below example markup). Schema markup won't make any difference to the rankings of web pages in Google's index (SEO) however could entice click through for any rich snippets from information that the Schema markup provides a search engine. ...


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Well, after poking google hard for several hours, it finally coughed up what I needed, right here <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemref="a1 b"></div> <p id="a1">Name: <span itemprop="name">Amanda</span></p> <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemref="a2 b"></div> <p ...


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It adds nothing if you've already done it in the markup. Adding it on-page is vastly better because that data can then be consumed by all bots, whereas using the Data Highlighter only makes that data consumable to Google.


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Schema.org’s OpeningHoursSpecification can be used on its own, as value of ContactPoint’s hoursAvailable property, or as value of Place’s openingHoursSpecification property. LocalBusiness and Library are more-specific Place types, so yes, you can specify their opening hours by using the openingHoursSpecification property with a OpeningHoursSpecification ...



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