Thanks for the Google Plus author link.
My problem is that Google’s Structured Data Testing Tool finds that my site’s home page (The Editor’s Blog) “does not contain authorship markup.” I tested a handful of other pages and posts from my site and there’s no problem–authorship is working for them. It’s just the home page that doesn’t show the author markup.
Is that a glitch or had you intended that? Is there something else I should try? Thanks.
Do you have the URL for your Google+ page entered in under “Google Plus Default Profile” in the General Settings of All in One SEO Pack? If not, try doing that; if so, then this may be a glitch, and I’ll test it.
Yes, I have the Google+ URL entered in the right place in General Settings. And every page and post I tested, even including the results pages from monthly archives and tag-word searches, shows authorship. It’s just the site’s home page that doesn’t verify authorship and apparently doesn’t have authorship markup.
I checked the source code for that page and compared it to the others; the rel=”author” link is missing, though the other All in One SEO info is there. Just that one line is missing.
Maybe the home page is different because it doesn’t have a file extension?
The one that doesn’t work: The Editor’s Blog
Thanks for your help.
This does look like a bug, and I believe I have a fix for it; if it isn’t fixed in the next release, which should be out soon, let me know here and I’ll troubleshoot it further.
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