Article JSON-LD

Description

Article JSON-LD is an extendable and straightforward solution to enhance your site SEO by adding Schema.org microdata as a JSON-LD script on your site posts.

It will automatically insert the JSON-LD script in your site <head> tag by using the standard information provided by WordPress, such as the title, description, featured image, publish date, author, categories..etc.

You can support your custom post types or modify the data easily by using the plugin’s hooks.

Custom-Post-Types Support

By default, the plugin supports the post post-type. Add support for other custom-post-types using a code snippet as the example below:

add_action('init', 'add_article_json_ld_post_type_support', 15);

/**
 * @return void
 */
function add_article_json_ld_post_type_support()
{
    add_post_type_support('custom-post-type', 'article-json-ld');
}

You can use Code Snippets plugin to add the code snippets to your site.

An active demo is available on Arageek articles.

Plugin’s Hooks

  • ArticleJsonLd\post_json_ld_data A filter for a post JSON-LD data.
  • ArticleJsonLd\post_author_json_ld_data A filter for a post author JSON-LD data.
  • ArticleJsonLd\post_publisher_json_ld_data A filter for a post publisher JSON-LD data.

Contributing

Developers can contribute to the source code on the Github Repository.

Installation

  1. Upload and install the plugin
  2. Use the plugin WP filters to customize the data.

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Contributors & Developers

“Article JSON-LD” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Changelog

0.3

  • Add compatibility for latest version of WordPress SEO by Yoast.

0.2.1

  • Add the ‘description’ property and use get_the_excerpt() to get the value.
  • Use the ISO 8601 format for ‘datePublished’ and ‘dateModified’ properties.
  • Use get_the_title() to get the `headline’ property value.
  • Some fixes and minor enhancements.

0.2

  • The Initial version.