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  • Resolved dutt

    (@rajat-dutt)


    Dear yoast team
    I am.using your ugin before that i was using all in one.
    But after migration i am now getting 1000 error of
    Either “offers”, “review”, or “aggregateRating” should be specified
    Which i know linked to add schema.
    Please help to me resolve it. I dont want to go again for all in one.
    Tell me what should i do

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

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  • I recieve some error on webmaster tool. It loke like @dutt . How can i fix it with Yoast SEO?

    Warnings are suggested items on how to improve. Some alerts can help you appear more in Search results; Some warnings may become bugs in the future. We found the following alerts on your site:

    The “aggregateRating” field is missing
    The “review” field is missing
    Invalid value types for “availability” fields
    The “priceValidUntil” field is missing

    Plugin Support Pcosta88

    (@pcosta88)

    Hi,

    The Yoast SEO plugin does not output those schema fields. We suggest contacting the plugin author responsible for your eCommerce set-up to see if their plugin is expected to output it.

    If not, we suggest reviewing the WordPress plugin repository for a Schema plugin that can best match your needs: https://wordpress.org/plugins/.

    Woocommerce has a fix for this coming out (I think they intend to release it) that is available here.

    https://github.com/woocommerce/woocommerce/pull/22925/files

    I have no idea if it has been tested or not, but hopefully this helps you reduce your warnings and errors. I have deployed it on my site and I am awaiting a re-validation from google search console.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by philrushworth. Reason: Formatting and clarity
    dutt

    (@rajat-dutt)

    @pcosta88
    What ugin we should use for schema.
    I am using woocommerce on my site.
    Have you face any cases like that with woocommerce. Requested you to please update. What should i do i need some solution or atleast suggest some ugin which we can use.

    dutt

    (@rajat-dutt)

    @philrushworth
    Do you think woocommerce is responsible for these errors?
    Are they updating the plugin last update was in last week.
    I am not sure what should i do please help

    @rajat-dutt of you follow the link I provided, you can see the file that is intended to fix this. Save the original file in the Woocommerce directory (the full path is shown in fit), and replace it with the one at the link. You’ll need ftp or shell access to your back end.

    Worse case, this issue really isn’t that serious and it seems Woocommerce will be fixing it shortly.

    There is no plugin that I know of that fixes this.

    Plugin Support Jerlyn

    (@jerparx)

    Thanks for helping out, @philrushworth! Tagging this as resolved.

    Yoast add in the other Schema data, so why not these specifics also?

    Since Google changed their requirements recently and now request all websites to produce these Schema entries, all WooCommerce websites (and some other websites too) are having this same problem. As @philrushworth mentioned, there is a quick fix that the Woo team have provided, which should work until they bring out a patch that should fix this more permanently in their next update of WooCommerce. But like I mentioned, if Yoast add the other Schema, why not add something for “aggregateRating”, “review”, “availability” fields, and “priceValidUntil” which people are having trouble with also?

    Note: The WooCommerce fix has now already been implemented, however the above 3 mentioned criteria do not also resolve.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by dayley.
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