MemberNovember 10, 2021 at 10:55 am
The review block insists on entering an offer with no way to disable it. This is creating Schema markup issues in Search Console (Missing field) like Missing field “priceValidUntil”. Is there a way to disable the offer so there is no Schema FOR IT? My website reviews products, it doesn’t sell them.
I also have a Missing field “review” alert yet all other fields are filled in.
MemberNovember 11, 2021 at 4:37 am
Hi @jhero ! Upon checking the pages you linked, we noticed that the item type for both of them is IndividualProduct. The default item type of Product produces warnings for not having values set for the “priceValidUntil” and “review” as you mentioned. Setting an item subtype (in your case, setting it to “IndividualProduct”) seems to have eliminated those warning messages.
Those warning messages, however, don’t necessarily mean that the generated schema markup is broken. As long as you don’t get error messages (which, unlike warning messages, indicate that something is preventing the code from being read at all), the schema markup should be interpreted correctly.
MemberNovember 17, 2021 at 8:45 am
I am getting another odd error in Search Console I cannot fix.
Google says https://topcharger.co.uk/v2g-could-save-drivers-340-per-year-on-electricity/ has Missing field “name” and missing review Schema for the item name ‘Wallbox Pulsar Plus’ but the page has no review block and isn’t a review. The same issue affects other pages like https://topcharger.co.uk/ev-battery-raw-material-shortages/ with the item name ‘Hypervolt Home 2.0.
MemberNovember 20, 2021 at 8:38 am
I’m transferring my review pages from another plugin to Ultimate Blocks and living similar problems with you. But I think I found problem.
Actually when you re-submit your page to google via google search console, by using URL Inspection tool, it checks your last crawled page and you may see “URL is on Google, but has issues” message. Here you see old warnings.
If you click “TEST LIVE URL” button at right top, it will check your current page, and most probably will not see any problem. Then you must REQUEST INDEXING.
Re-indexing time varies.. may be a few minutes, may be weeks.. Depends on many things.
When I check your page, It doesn’t shows any issue. Because it is not a review, as you said 🙂 No problem. Google will correct its database.
- This reply was modified 6 months ago by Mike. Reason: typo
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