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I am not sure what all you need so it will be hard to speak to your particular needs. But this is what I think is going on and the solution is really really simple. Each entity/data pair belongs to a type within the schema. You cannot mix them. But you can use any or all of them any time any way you want. Here is what I mean. For Articles, they live within ...
GoogleWebmasterTools has a tool about that, please see the image and ask another question if you need help:
Well, if all you did was change the schema type, the markup would most likely be incomplete, so it would not benefit you much at all. The other issue is if the itemtype is incorrect and/or inappropriate, Google might view the markup as being somewhat deceitful and may disable all rich snippets for the site.
Max, Google does support structured data for Organization markups, but they don't support rich snippets for the type. If you change schema.org/Organization to schema.org/LocalBusiness in your markup, you'll see the testing tool results change and the rich snippets displaying. So the error message you're seeing is in regards to rich snippets, not the ...
Okay. I understand that the schema.org markup is confusing and I am hardly an expert. I removed a few items that did not make sense to me and changed your meta statements to spans. I noticed in answering a previous question that the meta statements do not work. I recommend using span instead. <html> <head> </head> <body> <div ...
If the code is validated, no. The following is: <div itemscope itemtype="http://data-vocabulary.org/Breadcrumb"> <a href="http://www.example.com/" itemprop="url"> <span itemprop="title">Dresses</span> </a> </div> Gets validated with any of those tags (<span>, <li>, <div>) and many ...
Every classified ad could be an Offer. The seller property can refer to the Organization/Person offering something. The itemOffered property can refer to the actual Product (e.g., a car) that gets offered. etc.
I did a quick look. ItemList is a member of CreativeWork which is not appropriate for your needs. I have seen this mistake several times where a portion of a schema is selected without regard to the parent element and I understand how easily that can happen. It is a mistake that no one can be faulted for. What you need to know is that schema types/elements ...
It’s valid to use RDFa in HTML5. While xmlns still works, it is deprecated in HTML+RDFa 1.1. You should use the prefix attribute instead. If only one vocabulary is used, you could also use the vocab attribute instead of prefix. RDFa is much more powerful than Microdata. RDFa Lite (a subset of RDFa), however, is very similar to Microdata. Here is a small ...
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