Support » Plugin: The Events Calendar » Schema Markup Error

  • Hi guys,

    Love the plugin. But now I am getting an error on Search Console regarding the markup.

    It states that location is required and missing:
    <div id=”tribe-events-content” class=”tribe-events-single vevent hentry”>

    I tried to override with the Data Highlighter but it does not work on the plugin data.

    What am I missing? If nothing, how do I add this data?

    Thank you!

    Havi
    PS: I also get a bunch of warnings (you can see them when you run this page by the structured markup tool.

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

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  • Guys,

    Does anybody reply to these topics???

    mathewlewis

    (@mathewlewis)

    Havi,

    The hcalendar error you see in Google’s SDTT is coming from Enfold’s customization of The Events Calendar views (single-event.php). You will need to contact their support to resolve the issue since it is their customization causing the issue.

    Best of luck.

    havig

    (@havig)

    @mathewlewis Enfold shows your widget as an add-on. Are you telling me that even though I can see the available widget through Enfold, it cannot be used?

    Can you please provide me with how it should be so I can share that with the Enfold developers?

    I get it that you don’t want to reply to support tickets but I have been waiting for almost 10 days with this error to get an answer from you. Please, make it easier for people to actually want to use your plugin and a reason to upgrade to your paid version.

    mathewlewis

    (@mathewlewis)

    Havi,

    I am a user just like you. I am not with The Events Calendar support team.

    I’m not following you question regarding the widget. My response is only with regards to the Search Console markup.

    Enfold needs to update the single-event.php that they include in their theme. The vevent hentry needs to be removed. It is no longer needed since The Events Calendar now uses JSON-LD for markup. The Events Calendar moved away from the use of this method quite a while back, but Enfold has not updated their templates to follow the changes.

    Hope this helps.

    havig

    (@havig)

    Hi @mathewlewis

    My apologies… I thought they finally were replying to me…

    I’ll go to them and see if they can remove that or provide me with e temporary solution. I will share your information with them. I was actually surprised to see this plugin’s widget show up in the Advanced Layout Editor.

    I will also try switching the page to the Classic editor and see if it works.

    Thank you for giving me ideas to test as well.

    It helps a lot!

    Best,

    Havi

    havig

    (@havig)

    I guess I was wrong… it is only available through the Classic editor. Crossing my fingers that they will be able to fix it.

    Plugin Contributor András Guseo

    (@aguseo)

    Hi @havig

    Thanks for reaching out! I’m sorry for the long waiting time.

    I checked your page with the structured data testing tool and it didn’t give me any errors.
    https://search.google.com/structured-data/testing-tool/u/0/#url=https%3A%2F%2Fconversionsciences.com%2Fevent%2Fconversion-for-the-content-marketer%2F

    Do you still need help with this?

    Cheers,
    Andras

    Hi @aguseo

    Actually, @mathewlewis was the one that provided me with the way to a solution and I gave it to the Enfold team and they told me how to remove tribe-events and avoid the error.

    There is a new error – not schema but it shows up on Search Console – that has popped up on the event pages (the guys from Enfold are working on the staging site trying to find a solution) where there seems to be a block to jQuery when testing past events (new events cannot be tested as they are not being indexed because most of the elements on the page cannot be loaded for this reason):

    Error
    00:20.655
    Uncaught ReferenceError: jQuery is not defined
    https://conversionsciences.com/wp-content/uploads/dynamic_avia/avia-footer-scripts-e0e8de64b3f6058d7e9657e176725835.js:29

    If you have any illuminating data on this issue, it will be more than welcome!

    Thank you!

    Havi

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