when I use the Google Rich Snippets tool to test one of my posts, click here for an example.
I see the following comment on my microformat implementation:
Extracted rich snippet data from the page
item fn = Spooky Sibiu
best = 10
average (normalized to 5.0 scale) = 5.0
average = 10.0
count = 1
Warning: This information will not appear as a rich snippet in search results, because it is contained in a hidden HTML element. Except in special circumstances, Google won't display content that is not visible to the user. You should mark up the text that actually appears to your users when they visit your web pages.
Warning: If count is specified in review aggregate, page should contain reviews. Otherwise you may want to use votes. More information about aggregate reviews.
If I visit the settings page and navigate to the special tab I see that in the Google Rich Snippets section the following is selected: Snippet will be rendered hidden on the page (style display set to none).
If I uncheck that, Google will no longer complain but every visitor sees the Rich Snippet text.
Any solution for this issue? How are other people dealing with this?
Warning: If count is specified in review aggregate, page should contain reviews. Otherwise you may want to use votes.
My posts don't contain reviews, I only use this plugin to let visitors vote on some of my images. So I would actually want to display VOTES not COUNT. Any hint as to where to change this? The plugin is quite complicated I simply can't find the right place to change this.