h3_html = ‘
cta = ‘
atext = ‘
scdetails = scheader.getElementsByClassName( ‘scdetails’ );
sappendHtml( scdetails, h3_html );
sappendHtml( scdetails, atext );
sappendHtml( scdetails, cta );
sappendHtml( scheader, “http://www.searchenginejournal.com/” );
sc_logo = scheader.getElementsByClassName( ‘sc-logo’ );
logo_html = ‘‘;
sappendHtml( sc_logo, logo_html );
sappendHtml( scheader, ‘
} // endif cat_head_params.sponsor_logo
Google is bringing three new reviews to Search Console that are all associated to structured knowledge.
New enhancement reviews for the ‘Sitelinks searchbox’ and ‘Logo’ structured knowledge be a part of current reviews on Recipe, Event, Job Posting, and others.
Enhancement reviews show the general developments of errors, warnings, and legitimate gadgets on a website. They additionally show warnings and errors per web page.
Here’s an instance of an enhancement report:
Users can click on the coloured bins to assessment every situation individually. Clicking on one of many rows beneath the bins will present which pages are at present affected by the problems.
The third new report is the ‘Unparsable Structured Data’ report:
“We are also happy to launch the Unparsable Structured Data report, which aggregates parsing issues such as structured data syntax errors that prevented Google from identifying the feature type. That is the reason these issues are aggregated here instead of the intended specific feature report.”
In different phrases, customers can examine this report back to see if there’s any structured knowledge on a website that Google couldn’t determine due to a parsing error.
Here’s an instance of what it seems to be like:
All gadgets within the report are errors. It doesn’t report on warnings or legitimate gadgets. Discovering a parsing error may open up alternatives for extra wealthy outcomes for a website.
If you resolve a difficulty contained within the Unparsable Structured Data report, don’t overlook to run the URL by Google’s structured knowledge testing software. This will assist you to validate the repair.
For extra details about this report, see Google’s assist middle article.