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  • Resolved thepiercer

    (@thepiercer)


    Hi.
    As you have seen the code of my page and suggested to disable HTML minifcation from W3 Total Cache. I have disabled the minification. Kindly suggest me after having a look at my URL if these 4 errors in search console would clear now.

    URL: https://rightpiercing.com/ear-lobe-piercing/

    Search Console Errors:

    Missing field “thumbnailUrl”
    Missing field “name”
    Missing field “description”
    Missing field “uploadDate”

    If i “Validate the fixes”, Will my these 4 errors remove? Kindly suggest

    And thank you so much for your help.

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    OK, so I did some tests with and without the code snippet active (forcing LYTE for mobile) and there is no difference whatsoever in the HTML/ microdata output (the only difference is in a JavaScript variable, but has nothing to do with the embedded video data), so from a technical point of view there is no reason why one would be properly recognized by Google Search Console and the other one not @optimizingmatters cck23 … a mystery, but if it works for you all the better 😉

    Hi, I am still having

    Missing field “thumbnailUrl”
    Missing field “name”
    Missing field “description”
    Missing field “uploadDate”

    for all of the videos. You said that there is no issue because in the structure data testing, google has the information. But can you tell me why am i having these errors in console? Still confused.

    URL is
    https://rightpiercing.com/double-tongue-piercing/

    Plugin Author Optimizing Matters

    (@optimizingmatters)

    as indeed the HTML does contain those elements and as Google’s own “structured data test tool” finds those and sees no errors, I’m afraid I don’t know why Google’s other tool would see problems there thepiercer.

    Lastly given the fact that Google Video Search shows that page as the first non-youtube URL when searching for “double tongue piercing” confirms they are able to extract the microdata;

    Why Google Search Console would claim otherwise, is a mystery to me.

    (on another note; better clear your page cache(s), it is referring to a not-found JS-file)

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