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It's actually pretty straightforward - the breadcrumbs error is because you marked up the last (current) element as breadcrumb. However the requirement is to be link also, as the previous breadcrumbs. You have two options: 1). Add the url property to the last element too. It will be link to the article itself, will pass the validator (recommended): instead ...


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The Errors Let's have a look at the error messages. 1. Article Mark up The date and headline information are missing. The first is not mark up in your code, the latter is misplaced. 2. Breadcrumb Mark up Your breadcrumb is missing the last URL which apparently is the post URL. 3. BlogPosting Mark up The BlogPosting mark up does not contain a URL for a ...


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You can use the same element or schema more than once, for example having multiple Products in one webpage, but in this situation you would be incorrectly marking up that TWO WebPage elements are on the page. Instead you need to have just one, but cope with WPSideBar in the middle. Based on your description dateModified sounds a better choice than ...


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There is no need for the >symbol regarding to the Google Structured Data page about Breadcrumbs. Just use a markup as shown in the example: <ol itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/BreadcrumbList"> <li itemprop="itemListElement" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/ListItem"> <a itemprop="item" ...


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It does not matter how you nest elements in Microdata, unless you use a property (itemprop). These two snippets produce the same Microdata: <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/WPSideBar"> </div> <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/WPAdBlock"> </div> <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/WPSideBar"> ...



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