How to use schema markup on your website

How to use schema markup on your website

Now let’s we talk about how to use schema markup on your website. Your main aim to rank better, look better and do better in search engine result page and in front of Users.

1. Go to Google’s Structured Data Markup Helper.


2. Select the type of data that you plan to markup.

There are lots of option are available .This list is not comprehensive. For the example of, I am going to articles, since its most common types of content.

3. Paste in the URL of the page or article that you want to markup.

If you have only HTML then you can paste it instead, then click “Start Tagging”.


The page will load in the markup tool, and deliver you with the workplace for the next stage of markup — tagging items. You’ll see your website in the left lite, and the data matter in the right pane.

4. Highlight and select the type of elements to be marked up.

Because this part of content from pitechnilogies is an article, I’m going to focus on the name of the article in order to add “Name” markup. When I complete highlighting, I select “Name” from the tool tip.


When I choose “Name,” the tool adds it to “Data Items” in the right sheet.


5. Continue adding markup items.

Use the collection of data items as a guideline, and highlight the other objects in your content to add them to the markup list. You possibly won’t be able to tag each and every item in the collection. Only add what you can.

6. Create the HTML.

Once you have finished all the thing then click “Create HTML”.


In the following page, you will see the HTML of your web page with the relevant microdata inserted in the place you selected.


7. Add schema markup to your web page.

Next Step, you will need to go your website source code (CMS) and add the highlighted snippets in the appropriate place. Get the yellow mark on the scrollbar to find the schemas markup code.


A simple another alternative is to download the automatically-generated HTML file, and copy paste the code in your website CMS.


When you click “Complete”, you will be presented with a serious of “Next Steps”.


8. Use the Structured Data Testing Tool to find out what your page will look like with the added markup.

In this place of analyzing a published webpage .I am going to analyze the code that the tool generate for me and which I downloaded.


In additional, I can check each and every markup element that I added .


If it required, I can easily edit HTML directly in the testing tool in order to update the schemas and preview result again.

The main purpose of this article was to get you started in the world of schemas markup.

Author :- Manmohan Yadav

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