If the look of shares on LinkedIn is important for your website, make sure the plugin you’re using for social meta tags and markup also provides accurate data in the WordPress oEmbed response.
Google has recently updated their Review snippet structured data guidelines to limit the Schema ‘aggregateRating’ and ‘review’ properties to only a select handful of approved Schema types.
The latest release of WPSSO Core v6.3.0 and the WPSSO JSON v2.9.0 add-on include new image sizes in Schema Article AMP markup for Google.
Did you know that WordPress creates thumbnails automatically? All images must be sharpened after resizing? And WordPress does NOT sharpen resized images?
I’ve written a simple Step-by-step Guide for WooCommerce and WPSSO that explains common Schema validation warnings, and offers a quick and easy solution.
Google’s testing tool can report a “Missing Product ID” warning for WooCommerce products. Learn how to fix this issue with WPSSO and WooCommerce attribute(s).
Most social and SEO plugins use the full size image URL for social / SEO meta tags and Schema markup. This can be problematic for several reasons…
WPSSO Core Pro and the WPSSO JSON Pro add-on provide complete Schema markup (aka Google’s Product Rich Card) for WooCommerce products, including all variations and extensive product information (size, weight, sale prices / dates, color, condition, etc.) – far beyond the basic Schema markup provided by the WooCommerce plugin itself. WPSSO Core Pro can also […]
The WPBakery (aka Visual Composer) changeHandler function uses the “vc.accordion” data attribute without first checking for it’s existence. Any plugin or theme using a jQuery show / hide event trigger will trip this bug, and the post editing page will fail to load properly. I’ve posted a bug report to the Visual Composer channel on […]
Why your social and SEO plugin should check for minimum and maximum image resolution, aspect ratio, maximum image file size, and duplicate meta tags.