Getting Started

Schema Pro is a WordPress plugin that allows website owners & marketers to create schema markups without writing a single line of code. It makes the process easy for those who do not know the language or aren’t familiar with coding.

Everyone who owns a website can use the All-in-one Schema Pro. With a number of schema types like Local Business, Article, Recipe, Book, Service, Product and many more, you can select the right one for your purpose. If you are a food blogger, an author, a photographer, a service provider, product website, etc. creating a schema will be beneficial for you.

Installing All-in-one Schema Pro
Schema Pro is just another WordPress plugin! You can get it working in three easy steps:

  1. Download the plugin from Brainstorm Force Store
  2. Install the zip file in your WordPress backend
  3. Activate the plugin

Decide which Schema Type suits you best

  • Recipe – Food bloggers, chefs, recipe websites
  • Article – Blogs, news websites, etc.
  • Book – Book sellers, publishers, authors
  • Product – eCommerce websites, product based companies, etc
  • Service – Various service providers
  • Local Business – Restaurants, health clinics, grocery stores, home repair and improvement, etc.
  • Software Application – Software development companies, etc.
  • Review – Product companies, service providers, local businesses, anyone who wants to show off their reviews.
  • Course – Online course providers, seminar organizers, etc.
  • Event – Event planners, any business who wishes to organize an event, etc
  • Job Posting – Any business or organization who has a job vacancy and is looking out for the right candidate to apply.
  • Person – Author, blogger, photographer, freelancer, or anyone who manages stuff individually.

Now that you’ve determined the schema type for you, let us proceed to create your first schema markup.

Creating your First Schema Markup

  1. Select a Schema Type – Under Schema Pro, go to Schemas and then click on Add New. Select a type of schema that best suits your needs.
  2. Select Pages you wish to use that on – Schema Pro allows you to set display rules and select pages/posts you wish to add the schema to. You can also exclude pages/posts from a set.
  3. Map required fields – You can map the required fields with custom fields or add custom text if you wish to keep it constant. Here is an article that will help you map these fields. Schema Pro supports all the custom fields created using the Advanced Custom Fields plugin. The fields will get listed automatically when you are mapping the required fields of a schema.
  4. Test your Schema Implementation – Testing your schema is made easy! With a Test schema link available in the admin bar on the frontend of a page, you can directly go to the Google Structured data validator and see the results. No copying of code or fetching URLs!

All the best!

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