Support » Plugin: Schema Creator by Raven » [Plugin: Schema Creator by Raven] schema BlogPost after activation in my source and more..

  • Resolved Monika

    (@monika)


    Hi
    I activated your plugin. I didn’t know that this plugin is altering my sourcecode after activation.

    http://schema.org/BlogPosting
    Would you like to explain me why?

    I try to understand that type at schema.org, there are many descriptions, but there is no description at BlogPosting.

    My site is no “Blog” – why should I use this schema for it and why I have to use this schema if I activate your plugin.

    http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets

    This is my tool to test my richsnippets. This tool doesn’t show schema “blogPost but it shows schema Article

    I haven’t figured out the differences between them. Thanks for your answer.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/schema-creator/

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  • Plugin Author Andrew Norcross

    (@norcross)

    You do not have to use this if it is not relevant to your site. The settings page for this plugin allows you to turn this feature on or off.

    Monika

    (@monika)

    oh! I need a “get red” smilie

    But my questions are still the same: what is the difference between schema Article and BlogPost.

    thanks!

    Plugin Author Andrew Norcross

    (@norcross)

    not a problem at all. and it’s somewhat complicated, but a BlogPost is a type of Article. the documentation on it is somewhat cryptic, but here’s the explanation directly from them: http://schema.org/BlogPosting

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