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  • #2070

    Hi,

    My company offers two services, which I would like to get rated by my clients.
    On my test website I made a test ‘page’, see spoelstra.ws/test/.

    However, nothing shows up, it’s still a normal page. I changed my premium drag & drop framework Pagelines to Theme Twenty Twelve.
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    I read the documentation but don’t know what I’m doing wrong.

    Can you help me out? I can send you an administrator login so you can have a look.

    For the record: I don’t want to review my own services ofcourse, I only want users to leave a review. Your plugin does the markup for the aggregate review rich snippet, am I right? So when Google decided to show rich snippet for this service page, I will say something like ‘4.5 out of 12 reviews’…

    Hope to hear from you soon.

    Kind regards,

    Willem

  • #2071

    I also going to start a topic in SEO because I don’t get the difference between the review and testimional plugin.

  • #2082

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    Willem, this is the job of the Customer Testimonial plugin, it works on the root domain though.

    The WP Reviews plugin was creating to review products, not to be used on your site to review your own service. However, in the coming update that I am working on, it would make more sense because the plugin will allow you to do what you want exactly.

    Let’s wait a couple of days till I release the WP Reviews update, then discuss about possibilities.

  • #2083

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    I saw it, I will reply to you in a few.

  • #2086

    Hi Hesham,

    Do you mean that that the Customer Testimonial plugin adds code to the HTML of the homepage to let Google show start on the homepage in the SERP?
    If that’s the case, I’m really interested in where you find the information this is a best practise.

    Recently, I did a lot of research on this topic and discussed about it with others. In this Dutch article from a Dutch marketing website, posted back in september 2012, they already talk about the abuse of stars on the homepage…

    Link: http://www.marketingfacts.nl/berichten/reviews-in-organische-zoekresultaten-waar-ligt-de-grens/

    Like I told you in the other topic as well, Google is really clear about this:

    1) The goal of a review rich snippet is to provide users with review information about a specific product or service, such as the star rating (1 to 5 stars) and the name of reviewer(s).

    Link: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/146645?hl=en&ref_topic=1088474

    In the article I mentioned first the writer showed different examples of websites who abuse this rich snippet on there homepage by adding the markup on there homepage. Although some of the website still have this markup on the homepage, I checked the SERP’s and Google removed all the rich snippets from the homepage of these sites.

    To make my point even more clear, this is also what Google is saying and that can’t be the case for a homepage (your homepage also has 3 products…..):

    2) When using review markup, the main topic of the page needs to be about a specific product or service. For example, using review markup on a page containing multiple products is not supported.

    I also think you are doing you plugins short with your mindset that it is for reviewing products, and products only. I just showed you that Google is talking about products or services, and in my opinion there is no difference if it are your own products or services or products or services from someone else. But it is common sense that when it are your own product/services, that you are not going to review it yourself 😉 !

    With this being said, I really don’t think your Customer Testimonial plugin has a function anymore, do you agree with me on that?

    To be clear, both services and products are using the same schema.org markup, so that’s not causing you extra work. This markup should be used:

    http://schema.org/Product

    But the example there for http://schema.org/Product is very tricky, because it shows markup for the individual reviews + the aggregate value of all reviews. And that is NOT what Google wants:

    3) For pages containing a collection of reviews, use the Review-aggregate format. If your page contains both (for example, an editor’s review plus a set of user reviews), we recommend picking one format.

    So, example, I am going to review one of your product. If I decide I want that the rich snippets shows my author review, the page should not contain any markup for the individual or aggregate user reviews.

    Other example, I’m going to let users review one of my services and I want that Google shows the aggregate review rich snippet, the individual reviews should not have schema.org markup.

    I’m not critizising you, just want to help out with my insights and hope to get your reply.

    Kind regards,

    Willem-Siebe Spoelstra

  • #2088

    Hi, you comment on the other post was:

    The package has 3 plugins:

    1- Author hReview (author/editor reviews)
    2- WP Reviews (author/visitor reviews) *New
    3- Customer Testimonials (bonus plugin)

    The main difference between the Reviews and Testimonials plugins:

    – The Reviews plugins : Can be used to review products or services that is posted by an author, also you can get user reviews on these products (like the WP Reviews dose). Reviews are presented in post, pages, or a custom post type.

    – The Customer Testimonial plugin: meant to be used to display customer testimonials, and adds markups for rating to the front or home page of the site (it works on the root domain) this is ideal to rate the whole service or the core product, I’ve created it specifically for those who are selling a service or a product online presented on one single site (for example, a website that sells en e-book, or a software). So, practically it’s not to be used to review products.

    I’ve explained what each plugin dose in a blog post here (please take a look)

    In your case, I would recommend using the Customer Testimonials plugin.

    P.S. Price is necessary for the markup to validate, there is also a markup for price range, which I will be looking at latter when I have a chance.

  • #2089

    My reply is (please still read my earlier post here):

    If the homepage is about the one and only product or service you are offering, then I can understand your Customer Testimonial plugin is usefull. But am I right you are using it for your site also? If that’s the case, please see my comments on this in my earlier post.

    You also advice me to use the Customer Testimonials plugin, but I can’t…. I’m not offering a single product or service, so I do not want any markup on my homepage because that is abuse of rich snippet markup. I just need to pages with product markup and the possibility that user leave reviews (without markup) and that both pages show the aggregate values of the reviews (with aggregate markup).

    Kind regards,

    Willem

    PS: +1 for pricerange! > your plugin will become service minded also 🙂

  • #2093

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    Hi Willem, I read your other replies. It’s really cool to find someone else who actually “think” 🙂

    I agree with 99% of what you’ve came up with, but (and because it’s still a big gray area left in that 1% ) I have a different way to think of the “home page” or a site. I believe that a set of services or products can be contained in one main “service” to be presented on the home page of a site, so that clients can simply rate your service as a package. Let me explain my thoughts…

    For example, if someone runs an accountant company, he/she provides a few services (accounting, IRS, book keeping…etc.) I can then choose to get testimonial on the company’s services (as a mother service), something like:

    – “rate this company’s service”
    – or “rate our site’s service”
    – or “rate our pack of services”

    Where service = a set of services 🙂

    And, if you notice, I sell a membership “access”, I am not selling 3 plugins (I am not actually selling the code itself), I sell a package that includes 3 plugins plus support, also I have different license (single Site or Multi-Site license) this still one package and practically it’s the same exactly product with different license.

    If scheme.org or Google can define the differences, I would follow that, but unfortunately it’s not yet possible! To me, till now this is a Language game, I try to follow what makes sense as you mentioned before 🙂 (also, I am open to change the way I think if I got convinced by the other opinion, after all I want to have a successful product in the market).

    Also, I don’t think display rich snippets on the “home page” should be always considered abusing (unless you provide fake use rating data), you will not find that Google talks about this anywhere (at least I can’t find that, please point me to it if you have any official resources).

    Maybe the solution for your case if to use the WP Reviews plugin after it gets the update, however I am not so sure if this is the right thing to use. It will be released on the first of Aug, hopefully.

  • #2102

    Hi Hesman,

    Thanks for your answer. Glad we already agree about 99% :-). Moreover, I also find it very nice to be here with you ‘discussing’ this topic. It is not always easy to find a sparring partner when it gets complicated 😉 (or when the posts are getting long, like this one: so I hope you won’t stop discussing it).

    Your way of thinking about the remaining 1% is new to me and I started thinking about this approach. Although I probably have no answers and this topic still remains as a gray area, I have some questions, comments and points.

    1)

    You: Where service = a set of services

    How can a ‘set of services’ ever become a ‘specific service’?
    > Google: the goal of a review rich snippet is to provide users with review information about a specific product or service.

    There are a lot of examples online of accountant company’s. There mainpage normally shows all the difference services they offer (accounting, IRS, book keeping…etc.)… In my opinion rich snippets for this page are not allowed, because this page is not about a specifc service/product.
    > When using review markup, the main topic of the page needs to be about a specific product or service.

    2)

    You: And, if you notice, I sell a membership “access”, I am not selling 3 plugins (I am not actually selling the code itself), I sell a package that includes 3 plugins plus support

    Maybe this can be seen as one service or one product (don’t even know how to name a membership acces, is it a a ‘product’ or ‘service’…):
    – but in the end I can be happy about one of the three plugins, and my opinion about the other two can be negative.
    – also your plugins can still be great, even if your service is really bad…

    Other examples:

    – The same for the accountant company, he can be really good in bookkeeping (the specific service/product), but he can be really bad in asnwering emails on time etc, so the service of the company is not that good, but the service/product itself (bookkeeping) can be great (he manages every time you get a lot of money back from the taxoffice).
    – Same for a restaurant, the food can be great, but the service bad.

    I’m really questioning if you want reviews of your company as a whole (where the service part of the company becomes important), if it is still correct to use schema.org markup for ‘Product’. There is markup available for (local) businesses right?

    Let’s say I’m right on this: that reviewing a business as a whole is a different thing then reviewing specific products/services. However, when I’m right with this, I did not find the right answers yet if you should use schema.org markup on your own business website for reviews about your business as a whole. After all, the business as a whole isn’t a ‘specific service or product’ in my opinion. More about that later.

    First, it isn’t uncommon that businesses as a whole are being reviewed on other websites, and having general reviews about your business on your own website, is ofcourse also a normal ‘best practise’, it’s very convincing and probably good for conversion. However, the question remains: should you use schema.org markup (and if yes, which one) in order to get review rich snippets to show up in the SERP’s.

    When I look at this ‘problem’ I can see two different thing happening:

    1) Local businesses are being reviewed as a whole: there are different websites that have listings of all local companies where people can leave reviews about those company’s, and the best example is Google self. Local company’s can have a free local business place page where users like you and me can rate them. Google also shows local listing in the SERP’s when Google thinks my search intention is ‘local’.

    Google not only shows the number of ‘Google-reviews’, but also collect reviews for other site which are mentioned at the Google Place page, for an example, see:

    https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-pl1IepNAkyI/UeVUgkrbPRI/AAAAAAAAMjI/DFs8t1Ve2ag/s1600/lokaal.png

    You can see in the right part of the image there has been 1 Google review, but there are also reviews about this company at allebedrijveninalmere.nl (all company’s in the city Almere dot nl).

    For sure I can tell you that pages like allebedrijveninalmere.nl where people can leave reviews about a company as a whole, are not using schema.org ‘Product’ markup for this, so why should we as website owners, for example the accountant company you were mentioning, use schema.org ‘Product’ markup, considering all our specific services being one ‘main service’?

    2) All kind of business (also online businesses) can be reviewed as a whole on sites like Trustpilot. See the same image I linked to before: the rich snippet with stars and 87 reviews you see for Qbeauty (same company again) in the Adsense advertisment is because they have a Google Shopping/AdWords account. Because Trustpilot is an ‘independent’ website, it can show starts in the ‘ad’ parts of Google. For some reason these rich snippets are not being added to the organic results.

    I just don’t get why Trustpilot is only being used for the ‘ad’ part of Google, and that trustpilot isn’t mentioned at the local google places page for Qbeauty like allebedrijveninalmere.nl… And ofcourse the other way around is the same, why are the Google reviews and reviews from allebedrijveninalmere.nl not being count for the ‘ad’ part of Google, as you can see here only Trustpilot reviews are being collected for their Google shopping/adwords account:

    https://www.google.nl/products/seller?zmi=qbeauty.nl&hl=nl&sa=X&ei=wTf2UdGNIsiTPYzggLAK&ved=0CE4QwQY

    With this being said: it seems like normal to also review business as a whole, but again:

    I did not find the right answers yet if you should use schema markup on your own business website for reviews about your business as a whole. After all, the business as a whole isn’t a ‘specific service or product’.

    To be honest, Google is confusing me at this point. On there page about aggregate reviews they are mentioning this:

    You can mark up either individual reviews (for example, an editor’s review of a product), or aggregate review information—for example, the average rating for a local business or the total number of user reviews submitted.

    Link: https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/146645?hl=en#Aggregate_reviews

    Why does Google mention ‘the average rating for a local business’ if they explain on the same page that the page (where you can use aggregate markup) should be about a specific service or procuct? I don’t consider a local business being a specific product or service… AND they only talk here about LOCAL business, so what about your online business… ;-).

    On the same page you also find a link to http://maps.google.com/help/maps/richsnippetslocal/ (Rich snippets for local search).

    In the FAQ I read the following:

    How will Google treat businesses posting testimonials with review mark up on their own site? Will these be treated as a review by the Place Page?

    Google’s goal is to provide a comprehensive, unbiased, and credible view of businesses. Reviews should come from an independent source to remain trustworthy. Posting testimonials or using review markup on a business site will generally not improve how its listing appears on Google. As with any form of unuseful content, reviews markup intended to game search results will only undermine the listing’s credibility and may negatively affect its ranking. See our Webmaster Guidelines.

    What I understand:

    – the reviews about our business as a whole we have on our own site WITH markup are not being added on the Google Place page. We see that allebedrijveinalmere.nl does show up on the Google Place page, so that’s is considered an ‘independent source’ by Google.

    However, our goal is not that our reviews show up at the Google place page, but that rich snippets are showing up in the organic searh results, the following doens’t sound really fun when we are trying to achieve this:

    – Posting testimonials or using review markup on a business site will generally not improve how its listing appears on Google.

    About the abuse of the homepage the Dutch article made an image from three websites/companies, see: http://www.marketingfacts.nl/images/vacatures/review-3.jpg. If you type in these URL in the rich snippet testing tool, you see all these companies stopped using this markup in order to get rich snippets for there homepage.

    Why would these SEO companies stop with this if it is still a ‘best practise’ and ‘allowed’?

    Do you get my point I’m getting more and more convinced that you should not use markup for testimonials to get rich snippets on your homepage? The homepage is normally a general page and not about a specific product or service… The only thing what is confusing me is Google self again with:

    You can mark up either individual reviews (for example, an editor’s review of a product), or aggregate review information—for example, the average rating for a local business or the total number of user reviews submitted.

    But again, the examples of the last image are all companies that are SEO related and they stopped using it.

    Hopefully I gave some new insight to continue discussing this topic. You gave your opinion in your last post, and from that point of view I understand you are using you Customar testimonial plugin at this moment. Ofcourse I’m curious if you think this is still the way to go. I personally, see what I explained in this post, think this is not the way to go. But let’s assume it is, then I have a couple of questions for you:

    1) You filled in a price zero. In your plugin you explain that this is for free products. In the Rich snippet tool your procuct/service (your membership acces) shows (ofcourse) ‘Free’. But you membership access isn’t free, so basicly you are telling Google and us who are seeing you in as a result in Google the wrong information. So if somebody needs the markup for a pricerange, it is not only me, but also you.
    2) You talk about the membership acces being your product/service, but your markup is still talking about a plugin:
    <span itemprop=”name”>Author hReview Plugin</span>, that isn’t matching with your explenation.
    3) In this article: http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/questions/10457/hot-to-get-website-product-reviews-reflected-in-googles-search-results-using-re
    somebody quoted somebody else from an article which isn’t online anymore, however, they give some reasons why rich snippets maybe are not showing in the SERP’s:

    – The marked-up structured data is not representative of the main content of the page.
    – Marked up content is hidden from the user (see the section above: “Hidden div’s — don’t do it!”)

    I have to conclude that your page is not showing the rich snippets how you want it, and I think what I mentioned above can be one of the reasons. If you correct the itemprop name from Author hReview Plugin to ‘membership access’, I’m still wondering if this is enough to convince Google that your structured data is representive of the main content of the page, the first things you see are three different plugins (products). Also you hide your sentence (Author hReview Plugin is rated 5 stars based on 19 reviews) from the user in a very creative manner (I don’t see display:none, but still you hide it from the users).

    With this being said, do you have any examples of websites using the Customer Testomonial plugin that do have rich snippets showing in the SERP’s?

    You: Maybe the solution for your case if to use the WP Reviews plugin after it gets the update, however I am not so sure if this is the right thing to use.

    Why were you not sure about this and are you still not sure about this?

    Kind regards,

    Willem-Siebe

  • #2138

    Hi Hesham, how are you doing? Busy with the new updates?

    I didn’t scared you off with the long post did I? I spend all morning on the previous post, only good intentions :-).

    Kind regards,

    Willem-Siebe

  • #2139

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    Haha.. yes, I am late on releasing the update, a lot of work has been done though, I’ve read your post but didn’t have enough time to respond, I will on the first chance though. I appreciate your input and the good discussion.

  • #2171

    Great 🙂

  • #2297

    Hi Hesham,

    Like you know with the discussion going on in this topic I hope your plugin even gets better.
    To continue this, I would like to reply on your statement:

    P.S. Price is necessary for the markup to validate, there is also a markup for price range, which I will be looking at latter when I have a chance.

    I followed the examples on http://schema.org/Product and tested if, what your are saying, is correct.

    That the price is necessary to validate, is not the case. You don’t have to use the itemprop Offers to get rich snippets.

    Please see my example post without the price here: http://toolsetbootstrap.wpplayground.wpengine.com/no-price-given/.
    When you test this in Rich Snippets Tool, no problem at all!

    Then about the pricerange, I did some research about the possibility’s.

    Fixed price is like this:

    <div itemprop=”offers” itemscope itemtype=”http://schema.org/Offer”>
    <span itemprop=”price”>$55.00</span>
    </div>

    Pricerange should be like this.

    <div itemprop=”offers” itemscope itemtype=”http://schema.org/Offer”>
    <div itemprop=”PriceSpecification” itemscope itemtype=”http://schema.org/PriceSpecification”>
    <span itemprop=”minPrice”>$55.00</span>
    <span itemprop=”maxPrice”>$155.00</span>
    </div>
    </div>

    However, this does NOT validate, you can see my post here: http://toolsetbootstrap.wpplayground.wpengine.com/min-and-max-price-not-working/. Maybe I made an error, but I don’t think so ;-). Please tell me your opinion about it. But since fixed price is not neccesarry to validate, can you make a tickbox to disable or enable this?

    Then, I have a bigger concern. That is the way you mark up the schema.org in your HTML.

    You use the meta tag with content for this, which is not a good practise, this is what Schema.org tells about this:

    This technique should be used sparingly. Only use meta with content for information that cannot otherwise be marked up.

    You can read it here: http://schema.org/docs/gs.html#advanced_missing

    So your html is like this:

    <span itemtype=”http://schema.org/Offer” itemscope=”” itemprop=”offers”>
    <meta content=”0.00″ itemprop=”price”>
    <meta content=”EUR” itemprop=”priceCurrency”>
    </span>

    And this is not neccesarry at all, because you can use the correct markup because the price in is written in html (it’s not an image…).

    Your HTML for price is now:

    <div class=”price span4″>
    <span><sup>€</sup>0.00</span>
    </div>

    You should make it like:

    <div class=”span4 itemprop=”offers” itemscope itemtype=”http://schema.org/Offer”>
    <span itemprop=”price”>$55.00</span>
    </div>

    I hope you find the time to reply to my posts. I you need ANY help what so ever, please let me know.

    Kind regards,

    Willem-Siebe Spoelstra

  • #2298

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    There are a lot of markups, it’s not that easy to work with, and actually get results. What I did was testing all of them, then pick the one that actually work.

    Based on my testing; Price is necessary for the markup to validate in Google Test Tool, this applies to user ratings, however Price is not required for Author reviews. (Also, important note: the price range is not part of the schema I am using in the plugin.)

    Unfortunately, I’ve tried what you said exactly, and it didn’t work.

  • #2299

    Hi Hesham,

    In my previous post I discovery that I still had an HTML slipup because I copied the examples from schema.org.

    My HTML was like this:

    <div itemprop=”aggregateRating”
    itemscope itemtype=”http://schema.org/AggregateRating”>

    That was causing problems, it should be on one line:

    <div itemprop=”aggregateRating” itemscope itemtype=”http://schema.org/AggregateRating”>

    So I did some testing, and these are the results, all following the HTML markup as described by schema.org.

    1) Product + aggregate rating + price = WORKS.
    See: http://www.google.nl/webmasters/tools/richsnippets?q=http%3A%2F%2Ftoolsetbootstrap.wpplayground.wpengine.com%2Fonly-aggregate-with-price%2F

    2) Product + aggregate rating (NO price) = WORKS
    See: http://www.google.nl/webmasters/tools/richsnippets?q=http%3A%2F%2Ftoolsetbootstrap.wpplayground.wpengine.com%2Fno-price-only-aggregate-rating%2F

    3) Product + aggregate + Pricerange = DOES NOT WORK (YET).
    See: http://www.google.nl/webmasters/tools/richsnippets?q=http%3A%2F%2Ftoolsetbootstrap.wpplayground.wpengine.com%2Fmin-and-max-price-not-working%2F
    I have an error here: Incomplete data with schema.org. I am going to research what is missing here.

    You: Based on my testing; Price is necessary for the markup to validate in Google Test Tool, this applies to user ratings,
    Me: As you see in the example above, it’s not neccesarry. I’m not testing it for fun, but to help.

    You: Also, important note: the price range is not part of the schema I am using in the plugin.
    Me: I know, but you said: there is also a markup for price range, which I will be looking at latter when I have a chance. I know I do not decide what you ‘include’ in your plugin, but the least I can do is help out with some research and testing. However, the pricerange in my example is not working at this moment :-(.

    So, I know you did your tests, but I also do mine. I’m not the regular plugin user who only sees the output.
    With my tests the results are:
    – price is not neccesarry to validate;
    – normal markup is working so no reason to use meta tag with content.

    Awaiting your reply.

    Kind regards,

    Willem

  • #2301

    Hesham
    Keymaster

    Willem, what I am trying to say is the markup must validate in my test, I can’t work based on yours. I will go further to this point when I have a chance. I really appreciate you are trying to help.

  • #2305

    Hi Hesham, in the end your plugin output must validate, I understand your point about that. But did you research why the normal HTML schema.org markup was not working for you? It is against schema.org his own principles that you have to use a meta tag with content when the content is available in HTML on page…
    There is a Schema.org discussion group here http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-vocabs/.

    At this point I think I did everything what I could do to contribute, just me keep updated :-).

  • #2306

    The fact that your tests are not validating keeps me busy ;-). I used EXACTLY the HTML code from you plugin, and changed it to the correct markup for the price, as mentioned in earliers post. See: http://toolsetbootstrap.wpplayground.wpengine.com/make-review-valid/.
    It validates without the use of meta tag with content: http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets?q=http%3A%2F%2Ftoolsetbootstrap.wpplayground.wpengine.com%2Fmake-review-valid%2F.

    This is the HTML I used:

    <div class="row-fluid">
      <div>
        <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Product">
          <div class="ta_rating_container_square row-fluid">
            <div id="ta_rating_square">
              <div class="span12">
                "product
              </div>
              <div class="row-fluid">
                <div class="span4">
                  
    • <span class="userrating_average"><span>0%</span></span>
    • <span class=""></span><span> </span>
    </div> <div class="price span4" itemprop="offers" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Offer"> <span itemprop="price"><sub>€</sub> 0.00</span> </div> <div class="span4"> <div itemprop="aggregateRating" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/AggregateRating"> <ul class="al-right">
  • <h4><span>4,67/5 Avg. Rating</span></h4>
  • <meta itemprop="RatingValue" content="4,67"><div class="rating rating-user r-0" title="Rated 4.67"></div>
  • <span itemprop="ratingCount">3 </span><span class="icon-user"></span><span> No reviews yet! <i class="icon-plus-sign"></i></span>
  • </div> </div> </div> <div class="clr"></div> <hr> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span6">
    • <span class="item title fn" itemprop="name">product name test</span>
    • <li class=" ta_magic_review"><div class="ta_headline_meta">Published on: <span class="dtreviewed rating_date"><span class="" title="August 11, 2013">August 11, 2013</span></span></div> <li class=" ta_magic_review"><div class="ta_headline_meta">Last modified: <span class="dtmodified rating_date"><span class="updated" title="August 11, 2013">August 11, 2013</span></span></div>
    </div> <div class="span6 ta_progress_bar"></div> </div> <div class="clr"></div> <hr> <div class="row-fluid"> <div class="span12">
    • <h4>Review Summary:</h4>
    • <div class="ta_description summary" itemprop="description"><p><span>review summary</span></p></div>
    </div> </div> <div class="clr"></div> </div> </div> <div> <p>Welcome to Your SUPER-powered WP Engine Multisite Install. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!</p> </div> </div> </div> </div>
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    Hesham
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    That’s cool Willem, I will look into it on the first chance, I just have to be done with other issue first.

    What I am trying to achieve is to re-code a few parts of the plugin, transform these parts into reusable functions so that we can switch between different types of schema in an easy way. So, in theory; we will be able to implement more markups and snippets into the reviews.

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