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  1. AndZyk

    As a web developer I always want to improve the search results of my websites in popular search engines. Because of that I find the topic of structured data very interesting and want to learn more about them. Recently I tried out a few of the ways how to provide more information to a website and want to share my solutions. Most of the structured data can be included directly in the markup or as JSON-LD at the end of your document (right before the closing body tag). I prefer the last one, because I don't like to have bloated HTML markup. Breadcrumbs Breadcrumbs are an alternative way to show the your page hierarchy inside search results, instead of showing just the plain URL. Just like the breadcrumbs on a website. Following the example, I ended up with this code: <?php if(strlen($page->parents()) > 0) { ?> <!-- Breadcrumbs --> <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "BreadcrumbList", "itemListElement": [ <?php $positionCounter = 1; $separator = ','; foreach($page->parents() as $parent) { if($parent->id == $page->parents()->last()->id) { $separator = ''; } echo ' { "@type": "ListItem", "position": "' . $positionCounter . '", "item": { "@id": "' . $parent->httpUrl . '", "name": "' . $parent->title . '" } }' . $separator . ' '; $positionCounter++; } ?> ] } </script> <?php } ?> First I am checking if the page has parents, then I follow the follow the markup of the example. I save the position of each parent in the variable positionCounter and increase its amount after each loop. As a last step I tried to end the JSON objects by not include the separating comma after the last object. This is why I am using the separator variable. Site name and sitelinks searchbox Using JSON-LD you can provide an alternative site name and a sitelinks searchbox inside the search results (Inception ). <!-- WebSite --> <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "WebSite", "name" : "Your site name", "alternateName" : "Your alternative site name", "url": "<?= $pages->get(1)->httpUrl ?>", "potentialAction": { "@type": "SearchAction", "target": "<?= $pages->get(1)->httpUrl ?>search/?q={search_term_string}", "query-input": "required name=search_term_string" } } </script> I am not 100% sure, if the sitelinks searchbox works this way. Maybe someone who made this work before could confirm it, that would help me out. Organization For organizations you could provide a logo and links to your social profiles. <!-- Organization --> <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type" : "Organization", "name" : "Your organization name", "url" : "<?= $pages->get(1)->httpUrl ?>", "logo": "<?= $pages->get(1)->httpUrl ?>site/templates/images/logo.png", "sameAs" : [ "https://www.facebook.com/your-organization-url", "https://www.instagram.com/your-organization-url/" // All your social profiles ] } </script> This one I think is self explanatory. Article If you have an blog or a news site you could enhance your articles with structured data with an thumbnail and author. <?php if($page->template == "post") { ?> <!-- Article --> <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "NewsArticle", "mainEntityOfPage": { "@type": "WebPage", "@id": "<?= $page->httpUrl ?>" }, "headline": "<?= $page->title ?>", "image": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "<?= $page->thumbnail->httpUrl ?>", // Image field in template "height": <?= $page->thumbnail->height ?>, "width": <?= $page->thumbnail->width ?> }, "datePublished": "<?= date('c', $page->created) ?>", "dateModified": "<?= date('c', $page->modified) ?>", "author": { "@type": "Person", "name": "<?= $page->createdUser->first_name . ' ' . $page->createdUser->last_name ?>" // Text fields added to core module ProcessProfile }, "publisher": { "@type": "Organization", "name": "Your organization name", "logo": { "@type": "ImageObject", "url": "<?= $pages->get(1)->httpUrl ?>site/templates/images/logo.png", "width": 244, // Width of your logo "height": 36 // Height of your logo } }, "description": "<?= $page->summary ?>" // Text field in template } </script> <?php } ?> Here I am enabling structured data for the template called post. I also have the text fields first_name and last_name added to the core module ProcessProfile, the image field thumbnail and the text field summary added to the template. Just a small note: I know you could use $config->httpHost instead of $pages->get(1)->httpUrl, but I found the second one more flexibel for changing environments where you have for example HTTPS enabled. Those are the structured data I have in use so far. I hope I haven't made a mistake, at least the testing tool doesn't complain. But if you find something, please let me know. I love how easy it is with ProcessWire to get all the information from various pages and use them in this context. As mentioned above, I am nowhere an expert with structured data, but maybe some of you would like to provide also some examples in this thread. Regards, Andreas