RDFa Breadcrumb

Description

RDFa Breadcrumb provide links back to each previous page the user navigated through to get to the current page or – in hierarchical site structures – the parent pages of the current one.

It gives you a new template tag called rdfa_breadcrumb() that you can place anywhere in your template files. It has inbuilt RDFa content markup, so this will help Google to recognize and display the breadcrumbs on search results as well.

Check out the screenshots.

Screenshots

  • The RDFa Breadcrumbs on your website.
  • RDFa Breadcrumbs displayed by Google Webmasters rich snippet testing tool.
  • Breadcrumbs on google search results.
  • New user Interface of a plugin.
  • Genesis

Installation

  1. Upload rdfa-breadcrumb to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory.
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress.
  3. Add the following code to your template files :
  4. Now go to settings page of plugin and fill out the settings as shown in the Screenshot-4

FAQ

How do I add it to my theme?

You would use this call to replace the default navigation with RDFa Breadcrumb:

Reviews

works perfectly

Pls ignore my past bad review. This plugin works perfectly. The problem was with my theme.

Very Good

I use it for my website.
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Contributors & Developers

“RDFa Breadcrumb” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

2.3

  • Fixed: Compatibility with WordPress 4.4
  • Improved: Updated backend UI

2.2

  • Added Translations to – italian, spanish, deutsch and french (Thanks to Thomas)

2.1

  • Fixed bugs
  • Clean up the code

2.0

  • Added user interface and easy customization to plugin
  • Added support for WordPress 3.4
  • Cleaned up the code

1.0

  • Added support for WordPress 3.3
  • Added support for Hybrid, Thematic and Thesis theme
  • Added support for Google’s RDFa markup

0.4

  • Added support for bbPress Plugin
  • Cleaned up the code

0.3

  • Added support for Genesis Theme
  • Added support for custom post types and taxonomies
  • Added support for hierarchies
  • Added support for WordPress 3.1’s post type archives
  • Added readme.html file

0.2

  • Added support for Date (Day, Month and Year)
  • Added CSS for Style Title, Homelink and Separator
  • Cleaned up the code

0.1

  • First public release