Support » Plugin: Site Reviews » Additional Structured Data Fields

  • Resolved CompleteWebResources

    (@completewebresources)


    Some additional structured data fields would make this a far more desirable plugin from an SEO standpoint:

    @type
    additionalType
    sameAs
    hasMap

    Address needs multiple fields. Currently it’s showing as:

    address
    @type PostalAddress
    name

    Google prefers:

    address
    @type PostalAddress
    streetAddress 123 Main St
    addressLocality City
    addressRegion State
    postalCode Zip

    geo
    @type GeoCoordinates
    latitude 30.11111
    longitude -97.751505

    And maybe in the next release, custom-field modifications could be moved into the shortcode to keep things nice and tidy.

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  • Plugin Author Gemini Labs

    (@geminilabs)

    1. Site Reviews provides valid and complete JSON-LD schema for your reviews, however, it does not try to be a complete schema plugin and for this reason it only adds the minimum additional required fields (i.e. min price, address, etc.) for the review schema to be valid. If you need a more complete solution for schema, I suggest you use one of the many free WordPress schema plugins or perhaps https://wpschema.com/.

    Additionally, Site Reviews provides a filter hook shown in the plugin documentation that allows you to edit/extend the schema yourself.

    Please have a look at the documentation found on the “Get Help” page of Site Reviews. You can also check out the following links:

    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/visit-the-site-reviews-wiki-for-tips-on-advanced-usage/
    https://github.com/geminilabs/site-reviews/wiki/How-to-add-additional-values-to-Site-Reviews-JSON-LD-schema

    2. Instead of allowing the shortcode to become endlessly long with options, we have instead opted to use the standard, built-in “Custom Fields” feature of WordPress for the schema fields. You can either set the schema options globally in the settings, or on a page-by-page basis using the Custom Fields meta box on your pages.

    If you can provide a compelling argument for not using the Custom Fields meta box for this purpose, please let me know.

    Plugin Author Gemini Labs

    (@geminilabs)

    I have not had a reply in over a week so will mark this as resolved.

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