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No worries. Let me know if you need any further help.
Of course! In line 19 you define the name of the loop.
On line 46 you define the items. Here you need some code that fetches all the images from your blog post and return it as image objects.
Hope that helps.
yes, you can do that by creating your own loop: https://rich-snippets.io/how-to-add-your-own-loop/
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Could the second one be coming from automatic Yoast schema?
Yes, maybe. It can be from YoastSEO or another third party plugin.
Yoast schema? Despite selecting the SNIP setting to “remove Yoast schema data”, the problem persists
SNIP can only remove Structured Data created from their SEO plugin, not from their WooCommerce SEO plugin. But I developed a plugin that removes that data, too. Here you go: https://rich-snippets.io/how-to-deactivate-structured-data-generation-in-yoast-seo/#remove_from_yoastseo_woocommerce
FloSeptember 29, 2021 at 1:39 pm in reply to: How can I add LocalBusiness Schema in existing posts? #3800
sorry for my late response.
You can just walk through the SetupWizard. It will support you to create a LocalBusiness schema.
Hi there and thanks for your comment on this.
I’m not quite sure what do you mean exactly by this. Maybe you can explain a little bit more.
You can always add properties yourself.
and thanks for your questions.
In the rules metabox you can set up a rule like this to target terms from a category:
Post category is equal to [your category].
That should do the trick.
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It maybe was just a hiccup from CodeCanyons API. Did it work out in the meantime?
and thanks for the clarification.
I guess what you’re trying to achieve is to loop through the recipe items, correct? Unfortunately that doesn’t work. But you can access the single items. Try the following for the first item:
For the second item you do:
And so on.
Because you don’t know how much ingredients you have, I would ask a developer to build a custom loop for you which would it make it way easier for you.
- This reply was modified 7 months ago by Florian.
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There was a bug prior version 2.24.0 which caused an issue using arrows in the textfield of the Postmeta field type. So I would recommend up upgrade to the latest version first.
If the problem still persists, please post the structured of the array from the database.
Also please note that the data needs to be stored in the wp_postmeta database table. SNIP cannot access data from anywhere else at this point in time.
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Can you describe what exactly is not working?