As a reputed Ecommerce website designing company in Delhi it’s our duty to help you ace the integration of schema markup on your website.
With the development of a website, your ultimate goal is to rank better, look stellar and do extravagant in the search engine result pages (SERPs) and do well in front of users. And schema markup will help your achieve all this. Just follow these steps to effectively integrate schema markup on your website.
Step 2: Choose the type of data that you wish to markup.
You can choose from the variety of options listed. For your information this list is not exhaustive. To help you undersrand better I am going to use “Articles” as an example since it’s the most popular form of content.
Step 3: Paste the URL of the web page or the article you want to markup.
If you use HTML, then you can paste that instead. After URL integration, “Start Tagging Data”
The page will direct you to the markup tool, and present you with the next stage of markup which is tagging items that you wish to markup. You will notice your web page on the left hand side column and the data items on the right hand side column.
Step 4: Select and highlight the type of elements to be marked up.
Since the piece of content I have selected is an article from Web Solution Centre, I am going to highlight the name of the article so that I can add “Name” markup.Once I am finish highlighting, I will select “Name” from the drop down tool bar.
Once I select “Name”, the tool will add it to “Data Items” in the right hand side column.
Step 5: Continue with the task of marking up items.SE
Use the list of data items on the right hand side column as a guide.
Step 6: Create the HTML.
Once you click “Create HTML” you will be shown the HTML of your webpage, in this case the “blog page of Web Solution Centre” with the relevant microdata embedded in the spots that you have selected.
Step 7: Add schema markup to your web page.
Next, you will visit your CMS or source code in case you are not using a CMS and embed the highlighted microdata in the appropriate spots or you can simply Download the automatically generated HTML version, and copy/paste it into your CMS or source code.
Once you are done Click “Finish”.