Support » Plugin: Yoast SEO » Unparsable structured data on Charitocracy

  • Resolved Benj


    Per request, I’m reporting my experience with this issue in its own thread. It’s another case of the unparsable structured data errors detected by Google Search Console starting in Yoast 14.8.

    Here’s the highlighted error section from Google: … {"@type":["WebPage",null],"@id":"#webpage","url":"","name":"","isPartOf":{"@id":""},"inLanguage":"en-US","potentialAction":[{"@type":"ReadAction","target":[""]}]}]}</script>

    I’m currently running WordPress 5.5.1 and Yoast 14.9. Charitocracy does use bbPress and BuddyPress, which I understand from other posts on this subject are known to provoke this schema issue. All BP member pages seem to cause this null type in the schema, though Google Search Console has only detected one so far. Here’s an example:

    Should I expect the eventual fix to show up in bbP/BP or Yoast?

    Let me know if you need any additional info, thanks!

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

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  • Plugin Support Jeroen Rotty


    Hi @benjlipchak,

    Thank you for reaching out. We are sorry to hear that you are having these issues.

    We do have an open bug report for these kinds of error report where the Type includes a null value. We are still looking in the full scope of the issue though, we do know that some pages such as member pages or group pages with bbPress or BuddyPress can have this issue, but it might not be only related to those plugins. Our team is investigating this. We’re sorry to not have more information at this point in time.

    Plugin Support devnihil


    @benjlipchak The fix for the this issue is expected to be released in the 15.0 version of the plugin. You can also follow the status of the issue here:

    Thread Starter Benj


    Thanks, @devnihil. Staying tuned…

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by Benj.
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