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you can add this code to the function.php in your theme and it will solve the hatom problems. //mod content function hatom_mod_post_content ($content) { if ( in_the_loop() && !is_page() ) { $content = '<span class="entry-content">'.$content.'</span>'; } return $content; } add_filter( 'the_content', 'hatom_mod_post_content'); //add ...


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Looking at your schema code I can instantly see that there are several key elements that need addressing. Generally you should always have a parent schema when using price to associate it with a product, service, event or something similar. Google's rich data snippet tool should report something like this: Item type: http://schema.org/product name: 1st ...


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After a month of testing different permutations of the SEOMoz AggregateOffer solution I've come to the conclusion it doesn't work. Until Google supports the PriceSpecification property of the offer and stops requiring a single fixed price for offer there isn't a way to list a group of products/variants under one price-range umbrella. If anyone finds a ...


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There are usually two "levels" of your web page that can be marked up with Schema.org (note that I made these levels up for this answer; the difference is not always useful): level 1: the web page itself (i.e., the transport medium) level 2: the content/entities contained in the web page Obviously, every web page can be marked up with WebPage (or one of ...


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If the website is a organization or local business then you should opt to use either: organization or local business combined with things like products and services. Many online businesses use lcoal markup in the footer and company name at the top meaning that schema is repeated on every page, then in the content area you use products or services which ...


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I'd go with Article schema. Especially if you have are planning to have a blog. If there are specific pages,I'd also include LocalBusiness in the About us / Contact us pages.


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According to Schema.org: The image property expects a URL or an ImageObject item. In Microdata, URLs must be specified with one of the HTML elements that take a URL as value. Among them is a (with its href attribute). So it should be possible to use: <a itemprop="image" href="http://example.com/my-product-image.png">…</a> Using custom ...


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Google’s documentation of their Rich Snippet Aggregate Review still uses the Data-vocabulary.org vocabulary, but I think it’s safe to assume that this also applies to the Schema.org vocabulary. There it says about count (which would probably be reviewCount in Schema.org): Note: Whenever you include count, the page must also contain review markup for ...


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Google webmaster tools is not updated real time. It takes some time for Google to re index, understand the changes, process them and bring it to webmaster tools. So your best bet in this regard will be to make sure that those errors don't exist now, and wait. It looks like you have already waited an year for this. Google webmaster tools dashboard is ever ...


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You should use Comment instead of UserComments. UserComments is for the action/event of commenting, while Comment represents the published comment itself. (You’ll often find that UserComments is used although it’s not appropriate; that is because Comment was introduced later.) Neither Schema.org nor Microdata define which conclusions can be drawn when a ...



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