May 19, 2014 at 7:35 pm #19904
What testing tool are you using? I use the Google Structured Testing tool and I put your page in and everything looks good, with exception to a couple elements:
Error: This information will not appear as a rich snippet in search results, because it seems to describe an organization. Google does not currently display organization information in rich snippets
Error: Missing required field “entry-title”.
Entry title is easy, just have to add that to the
heading tag. But also note that your page has no title to it.
Other than that, everything in my test using your page you provided a link to, checks out. Also, you may want to check this out:May 20, 2014 at 11:28 am #19915
I’d worked on resolving everything yesterday once and for all, and i had got everything sorted except the “entry-title” which after following your advise and enabled page titles, is the only thing outstanding. I should have that fixed by today. If i add H1 tags it makes the page look untidy, but at least i know what it means now.May 20, 2014 at 6:40 pm #19916
Good to hear….Anything you’ve done to get it to where you need it, if you could post what you did for others to see, that would be great for those who run into similar structured data issues. Thanks.May 20, 2014 at 10:42 pm #19918
Hi mate, I’m still stuck on the Error in the hatom-feed type: “Missing required field “entry-title” even after following your pointers. I presume the page title is a
Once i have this i will of course post the resolution, it is a journey that is for sure… Glad to help if i can.May 20, 2014 at 11:11 pm #19919
For pages, it does have an h1…but the class is “page-title”. The theme file this is found is the content-page.php file.
You can always add entry-title to the class on the heading tag if this is what you are needing. However, if you do not use titles on your pages, the H1 will not show, even in the source code. I did notice you manually put in an empty
tag, so just add the class “entry-title” to it.July 28, 2014 at 8:10 pm #20315
Has anything changed with the theme as i am now getting faults.
“Error: Missing required field “entry-title” has started to generate on all the pages.
Could you have a look at this please?July 28, 2014 at 8:18 pm #20316
Nothing has changed with the theme…I’m assuming you added “entry-title” before?July 28, 2014 at 8:22 pm #20317
Nothing has changed with the theme…I’m assuming you added “entry-title” before?
Your code says in “content-page.php”
/** * Displays page content * * @file content-page.php * @package Celestial * @author Styled Themes * @copyright 2013 Styledthemes.com * @license license.txt * @version Release: 2.0 */ ?> <article id="post-" >'' ) ); ?>
Where would i add the “
” please?July 28, 2014 at 8:26 pm #20318
Add entry-title to the
there.August 1, 2014 at 1:21 pm #20340
I made the changes as you suggested and left it a few days unfortunately Google is still reporting errors.
Could you look into this please?
v.much appreciated.August 1, 2014 at 9:01 pm #20341
To be honest, this is something I’m not sure how to solve now because I’m not experienced in this kind of thing and not sure why you are still having the problems you are encountering. I can only suggest you review actual Google documentation on how this is done because it appears you need something specific that I thought was going to work…obviously not. Actually, it appears there are plugins that will help you out with structured data you might want to check out:
***Unless someone else has any ideas, I’m open to suggestions.
*Update: I just noticed in old posts on WordPress and even Google search, a lot of people get problems when they are trying to do the structured data and even when done right, many still have errors. I came across this post from about 6 months ago you may want to read through:August 1, 2014 at 9:45 pm #15099
Give me a page link to where this is not working on your site and I will give one more look and to test it myself to see what is missing. Thanks
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