So I inser the widget, type some Q&A and nothing on preview page.
*So I inserted the widget, typed some Q&A and nothing came on preview page.
It’s designed to only output the structured data in source code but not render anything on the front end.
The point of being invisible on page is that schema markup is intended for search engines, not human beings, and you might want to present the information differently.
For example, we have a blog post titled What is Responsive Web Design?. In addition to answering the question in the title, the article also talks about other aspects of responsive web design, plus a bit of advertising at the end.
If you search for “FAQPage” in the source code, you’ll find a FAQ markup that answers what responsive web design is, but it’s kept short in hope that it would get more clicks.
Using this invisible FAQ schema widget allows us to present the answer differently to search engine, without affecting the flow and readability of the article.
Does this answer your question?
So basically I can stil have my page as It was before, but adding the Q&A invisible for people, but not for Google, right?
Thought that using your plugin could solve the Google error Missing field “mainEntity”. Any idea of how to make it right for Google?
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This reply was modified 2 years, 3 months ago by Mike C.
It appears you have FOUR FAQ markups on the same page, which suggests that you might be using multiple FAQ widgets. You should only have ONE FAQ markup per page.
Two of the four markups widgets you’re using are producing errors, so I’d either remove them or configure them properly to rid of the errors.
The other two are correct, but like I said you can only have one. So choose one to use and remove the other one.
Hope this helps.
So I’ve added twice your plugin in the same page. Deleted one of them, but Google still says “no”.
I’ve checked, but I’ve got nothing else installed as a schema plugin, except yours.
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It’s still showing 3 different FAQ markups.
You should only have ONE FAQ widget on a page, so delete one of them. You can add multiple questions and answers to this particular plugin.
Also, Yoast SEO created a markup on the page as well. Whichever plugin you use, you should only have one FAQ markup.
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