• deborah86

    (@deborah86)


    Basic integration with structured schema markup. This is a basic feature included in other popular CMS’s. It should be included in WordPress because it is becoming more important to SEO.

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  • Mehedi Hasan

    (@thebengalboy)

    If you have (your own) custom post type, you can still define the structured schema markup guided by Schema.org. You just need to map/define the fields with the guideline.

    Default WordPress post type has the Post Title and Post Body only- which has nothing much to do with the Schema actually, I guess!

    Thread Starter deborah86

    (@deborah86)

    I understand how to do it manually. It is very difficult and time-consuming to enter in structured data to a WordPress website manually. The best option is to use a plugin.

    The issue with using a plugins is that if you want to switch plugins for any reason, the data is lost and must be reentered. That locks a user into a specific plugin or it makes the time it takes to update the website very time consuming.

    Maybe this can be implemented as a custom block?

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