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[Resolved] create a schema org compliant product page with content template features

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Last updated by Waqar 1 year ago.

Assisted by: Waqar.


Tell us what you are trying to do?

i need to produce an output where the single elements of the product page are compliant with > product type: i use a content template to output several custom fields & taxonimies i created with toolse, and i tried BOTH a manual creation (using direct coding) AND block editor, but they all return the identical issue: there is NO attributes and structure in the html output. if i use the shortcode [wpv-woo-product-price] (but as i said using the block editor has the same problem) i get a complex structure BUT not a compliant product markup: e.g. this product hidden link uses the content template with this content structure:

<strong itemprop="priceSpecification">

and if i look at the resulting page source on the front end, i find that the part generated by the price shortcode is the following:

<strong itemprop="priceSpecification">
<p class="price wooviews-product-price">
<span class="woocommerce-Price-amount amount">
22,00<span class="woocommerce-Price-currencySymbol">€</span>

so we can see that the shortcode itself generates a not complaint markup, and google has a problem indexing it.

the errors are (see hidden link): 1. the price value is not isolated and properly marked up; 2. the "content" attributes are not displayed and valued (the number must be properly formatted); 3. other problem about currency, availability

How can i obtain a compliant product page?

Is there any documentation that you are following? hidden link

Is there a similar example that we can see?

What is the link to your site? hidden link




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Thank you for contacting us and I'd be happy to assist.

If you'd like to construct the structured data markup for the product type manually, you can copy and paste the example data in your desired format from the examples section at:
hidden link

Next, to make the data dynamic, you can use the relevant shortcodes, for example, for the simplified/raw price you can use the "wpv-post-field" shortcode:

[wpv-post-field name="_sale_price"]

A simpler alternative can be to use a third-party plugin like "Schema & Structured Data for WP & AMP":

I've tested it and it works by automatically adding the product type structured data in the head section of the product page, in the "JSON-LD" format.

I hope this helps.



Hi Waqar, thxs for your help, it worked 😀

But i have a developing question, now: do you think would be a good improvement to insert by default in all the toolset/content/views blocks the proper for products (and so on for web pages, posts, events, etc. for the standard WP generated elements from toolset), both in the blocks AND the custom coding in content templates and views? maybe as an optional checkbox "compliant to" or something like that: if you need that compliance, you check che element and the system will include all the html elements/attributes required by the proper makup.



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Thanks for the update and glad that it worked.

We have an internal ticket on improving the structure data support out-of-the-box, but with the current development status of the Toolset ( ref: ), it would be difficult to suggest how long it will take.

This ticket is now closed. If you're a WPML client and need related help, please open a new support ticket.