Due to the Yoast SEO indexable project using an entirely new namespaced Dependency Injection architecture, we've had to change some of our Schema API. All your existing integrations still work as we've made them backwards compatible, but we ask that you please update to the new code when you can. In this post I will …Read: "Yoast SEO 14.0: changing the Yoast Schema API"
Recent Schema.org articles
One of the key things that the Yoast SEO plugin does is output rich, structured data on each page on a site. This allows data consumers like Google, Facebook, and Pinterest to more easily read and extract key product information, and to reward sites with rich listings and integrations. Building and maintaining that functionality boils …Read: "Adventures with product availability standards in WooCommerce"
We're delighted to share the news that our new approach to including rich, complete and extensible Schema.org markup on all sites which run Yoast SEO is now live (from our 11.0 release). This is a project which we've been working on for months, and it was unashamedly ambitious. As search engines make more and more use of structured …Read: "Our revolutionary solution to Schema.org markup"
I've been working on integrating our SEO plugins more deeply with Genesis the last few weeks and something dawned on me. Ever since I wrote my post on Genesis 2.0, I've been thinking: Genesis started a small revolution, but we should open that up. More theme developers should start doing a Schema.org API and if …Read: "Standardising WordPress theme hooks"
About a week ago, we "migrated" Yoast.com to Genesis 2.0, in the process we switched to their new HTML5 / Schema.org code and we slightly updated our design, making the header shorter and making improvements to our responsive design. This was a bit of work, but not even half as much as that sounds like …Read: "Schema.org & Genesis 2.0"