Last post Sep 21, 2017 05:11 AM by Billy Liu
Sep 20, 2017 03:36 PM|grafic.web|LINK
Hi, i can sort it out...
I was watching the website of schema.org, but apparently there is no schema for a HOMEPAGE..
What should i put instead.. my website is a community for hairdresser where they can post pcitures, add them salon, job offer and there is also a job..
I would love all this information coming out from my hompage...
Any help to achive thsi?
Thanks in advance
Sep 20, 2017 04:03 PM|PatriceSc|LINK
It's not directly about your home page but rather about the content of your home page. For example if it shows a job offer you could use
http://schema.org/JobPosting to perhaps better describe this offer to search engines (not sure if it's worth and which search engines are actually using that).
Sep 20, 2017 04:14 PM|grafic.web|LINK
this is done, for each page i already have a proper shema.org
What i need now, is a scehma.org for my homepage.. where i can show what i offer (adding a salon, posting pictures, doing booking, leaving review aec etc)
but i don not find any example
Sep 21, 2017 05:11 AM|Billy Liu|LINK
The default behavior of this module relies on the presence of a node or entity to add markup to it.
What you could do is create a content type for organization, create a node with all your organization information, and then use
https://www.xx.org/nodeblock to place that node on the homepage.
You need to know about how Schema.org actually works.
If you look closely at the full specs on Schema.org(http://schema.org/docs/full.html), you’ll see that there is a strict hierarchy in the vocabulary.
Let’s look at the hierarchy.
A Schema.org implementation starts with a Thing, this is the most generic type of item.
A Thing could be a more specific type of item, for instance, a Creative Work, an Event, Organisation, Person, Place or Product.