Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » Job Schema , Power Words, External link issues

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  • Plugin Support devnihil

    (@devnihil)

    @ejesgist Thanks for your message. We’ve identified several concerns in your message and responded to each below:

    1. When are you people going to enable Job schema in classic Editor?

    Can you please elaborate on how you mean ‘enable’ in this context? What functionality are you looking for, and how would it be specific to the classic editor?

    2. Why is it that your seo analysis see https://www.example.com as external link when the website uses https://example.com

    Whereas it’s convention for the www DNS record to be a canonical that references and redirects to the non-www version of the site, this isn’t always the case. So it’s possible for these (the www and non-www version of the URL) top point to two different locations.

    However, that being said, we can certainly understand why one might argue that the SEO analysis not treat a fringe case that only is true of a small number of sites as the default behavior.

    If you feel this is not the correct functioning of the internal linking analysis, we’d encourage you to submit a bug report. You can create a bug report for our developers at https://github.com/Yoast/wordpress-seo/issues/new. You will need an account to create a new issue. If this is your first bug report, please check out: https://kb.yoast.com/kb/how-to-write-a-good-bug-report/.

    3. When are you people going to enable power words in your se Analysis.

    Unfortunately we aren’t able to say when a particular feature might be added to the SEO analysis feature, thank you for suggesting a new feature for our plugin!

    We’re actively using the bug tracking on our GitHub repository so your best next step would be to create a new feature request for our developers at https://github.com/Yoast/wordpress-seo/issues/new. You can create a new issue to submit your feature request. You will need an account to create one.

    Thread Starter Ejes Gist

    (@ejesgist)

    On issue one Job Schema,

    I meant when are you people going to add job schema to classic Editor… other newbies seo plugin has it.

    Plugin Support devnihil

    (@devnihil)

    @ejesgist Thanks for your reply. When you say ‘Job schema’ though, are you specifically referring to the ‘What type of page or content is this?’ setting of the Yoast SEO metabox (see image here) as described here? Or do you mean in some other way?

    Thread Starter Ejes Gist

    (@ejesgist)

    I am referring to JobPosting. ( Article type )

    Here is what I am referring to .

    Other seo has it

    <script type=”application/ld+json”>
    {
    “@context”: “https://schema.org&#8221;,
    “@type”: “JobPosting”,
    “baseSalary”: “100000”,
    “jobBenefits”: “Medical, Life, Dental”,
    “datePosted”: “2011-10-31”,
    “description”: “Description: ABC Company Inc. seeks a full-time mid-level software engineer to develop in-house tools.”,
    “educationRequirements”: “Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or related fields of study.”,
    “employmentType”: “Full-time”,
    “experienceRequirements”: “Minumum 3 years experience as a software engineer”,
    “incentiveCompensation”: “Performance-based annual bonus plan, project-completion bonuses”,
    “industry”: “Computer Software”,
    “jobLocation”: {
    “@type”: “Place”,
    “address”: {
    “@type”: “PostalAddress”,
    “addressLocality”: “Kirkland”,
    “addressRegion”: “WA”
    }
    },
    “occupationalCategory”: “15-1132.00 Software Developers, Application”,
    “qualifications”: “Ability to work in a team environment with members of varying skill levels. Highly motivated. Learns quickly.”,
    “responsibilities”: “Design and write specifications for tools for in-house customers Build tools according to specifications”,
    “salaryCurrency”: “USD”,
    “skills”: “Web application development using Java/J2EE Web application development using Python or familiarity with dynamic programming languages”,
    “specialCommitments”: “VeteranCommit”,
    “title”: “Software Engineer”,
    “workHours”: “40 hours per week”
    }
    </script>

    Plugin Support Suwash Kunwar

    (@suascat_wp)

    @ejesgist We are working on implementing the ‘Job Posting’ schema type into our plugin and we’ll be sure to inform you once there are any updates. However, if you would like to integrate and add custom schema with another plugin, as long as it meets the integration guidelines, you can certainly do so from your end as well — https://developer.yoast.com/features/schema/integration-guidelines/

    Thread Starter Ejes Gist

    (@ejesgist)

    Thanks for your response… I have read and read that your guidelines…. Is not useful and doesn’t show how to implement JobPosting schema using your API or whatever method… Thou I am not an advanced developer…

    A good Documentation should even help a layman man…

    Thread Starter Ejes Gist

    (@ejesgist)

    More people will buy yoast SEO premium if you people can add the job schema like some new SEO plugin..

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by Ejes Gist.
    Plugin Support Pcosta88

    (@pcosta88)

    Hi!

    We have a request with our developers to consider adding a Job Schema block that will implement those schema pieces. We are not sure when the request will be resolved. Right now the only workaround is to use our API guide to create it.

    In the meantime, we suggest signing up for our newsletter as that is where we will announce product changes and updates. You may sign-up for it here https://yoast.com/ by scrolling towards the bottom to complete the sign-up field.

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by Pcosta88.
    Plugin Support devnihil

    (@devnihil)

    We are going ahead and marking this issue as resolved due to inactivity. If you require any further assistance please create a new issue.

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