how to implement schema markup in simple accordion plugin

Permalink
hi,

we are improving our sites seo standings and one of the methods/experiment that our SEO expert recommended to us is to add a FAQ Schema in all our Q&A Page, right now this section is using a plugin called Simple Accordion, question is how do we inject the JSON Script to this plugin?

thanks and looking forward for your helpful tips.

View Replies: View Best Answer
smith12 replied on at Permalink Reply
Hello,

Greetings!

I will help you with the same. Please let me know further details so that I will check and we will move further.
Please share details at [email protected]

Thanks,
Vincent
mnakalay replied on at Permalink Reply
mnakalay
Hello,

This is the jobs forum. Are you looking to hire someone or looking for tips? If the latter you might be better served posting in the general forum.
pepitski replied on at Permalink Reply
omg sorry, I did not notice that I have added it under this category, how do I move it to the proper one?
mnakalay replied on at Permalink Reply
mnakalay
Don't worry about it it's a common mistake.
There's no way to move the post so you should just post it again under the proper forum sub category.
WebigearDigital7 replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi,
You can do like this instead :
If you are adding schema data to the page, you can just add an HTML block and paste your schema HTML in there.

Or you can choose Page Settings->Attributes->Header Extra Content and stick it in there.

Thanks,
Connect me for any C5 related helps ( [email protected] )
pepitski replied on at Permalink Reply
hi,

thansk for your answer, when adding as a new html block the code becomes messed up since this is a script..

when applying in the header as extra content I got the same issue..

pls advise as how to do this properly..
mhawke replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
mhawke
Folks... please stop using the 'Jobs' section for general free support. Every time you post something here, it gets sent out to a whoooole bunch of developers who are monitoring the Jobs section for paid work, not free advice. There are other sections in the community forums where folks will give lots of excellent free advice. WebigearDigital7, as a developer, you should know this.