This plugin works but it leaves the schema code behind after deactivation and removal. i think plugin authors need to clean up after them ie, when a plugin is removed, it should be coded properly to remove all code so there are no other conflicts with future plugin installs.
Plugins that leave code behind are unacceptable and lazy work.
If you choose to install this plugin, remember that code will be left behind even after plugin deletion!
I really like that the drop-down list contains all of the options for schema markup. I find that other plugins (although perhaps more user-friendly) have a very limited amount of schema mark-up, so unless you own a food blog you're fucked. With a bit of research on the Schema website this plugin speeds up the process a lot and is very flexible. Highly recommended for podcasters.
So much potential but no documentations. If you can get it to work its great. But ratings is impossible to add.
The plugin works well and is very useful in adding schema.org data to your content.
thanks to build it, it is a very usefull tool
I searched the Graal for a long time, thanks for this plugin, you seem to be the only one understanding there is no point asking people typing in data which is already in the database, Thanks a million!
WordPress doesn’t natively support Schema.org metadata. Some themes provide basic Schema.org support but the implementation is not always consistent to the specs. There are some plugins too but none of them is simple to use since you have to manually set the metadata for every post blog and page.
This is why I wrote my own plugin to seamlessly include basic Schema.org metadata inside the page header using WordPress’ data such as the content type, title, description and featured image.
Feel free to rate and send me feedback if you like it. Check out my blog for more information.
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