Rich Schema org markup

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    workky
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    I’ve tried researching this to see how you mark up stuff with rich schema org markup. Is there an EASY button I can push somewhere? Or, is there a web post that can tell me how to do it like I’m a 10 year old.


    life’s tough, its a lot tougher if your stupid

    #79274

    nutsandbolts
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    If you’re using one of the HTML5 Genesis child themes, schema.org microdata is included by default. If not, you can install one of the many plugins available to add rich snippets to your site. I have yet to see a really good article that explains it, but this one may help: http://schema.org/docs/faq.html


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    #79310

    AC
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    This might be helpful. It’s a blog by Yoast pertaining to Schema.org & Genesis 2.0 – http://yoast.com/schema-org-genesis-2-0/.

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    Summer
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    There are some articles at Moz.com as well; blog posts, knowledgebase articles, etc.

    I’ve been working with computers and coding for nearly 35 years now… I’ve forgotten stuff most people these days will never even learn. And I freely admit that this SEO and schema stuff gives me a headache in my eye, so you’re not alone in wanting an easy button :)


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