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Adding Schema.org Markup to your SvelteKit Site
3 projects | dev.to | 6 Aug 2021
There is a little data which feeds into the SchemaOrg component. The mechanism is similar to the one we used for the Twitter and OpenGraph components though. As there is a bit to get through here, we won't go into details on how to plumb the data in. That should stop the post getting too long! You can see the full code on the Rodney Lab GitHub repo which is a complete and tested version. The demo site is up at sveltekit-seo.rodneylab.com/. We will focus on the SchemaOrg component which is in the file src/lib/components/SEO/SchemaOrg.svelte.
Open Graph SEO in SvelteKit: Custom Share Images
2 projects | dev.to | 4 Aug 2021
We include the two images mentioned earlier. In the generated page you might get problems generating WhatsApp social images if, in the page's HTML head section, the Open Graph image tags come after the first tag. I checked the generated code and this is not an issue here, using SvelteKit. If you are using other frameworks though, and have WhatsApp issues, it is worth checking and re-ordering the elements if needed.
As always our last step is to test this all works. As with the Twitter meta, there is a tool for checking Open Graph meta. This is the Facebook Sharing Debugger. To use it, you will need to have a Facebook account and to log in.
You can ignore the warning about the missing
fb:app_idproperty (see above).
That's it for this post. We looked at:
- what Open Graph SEO meta you should include in your website pages and posts,
- how to generate Open Graph SEO in SvelteKit,
- testing you Open Graph metadata.
In the previous post on SvelteKit SEO, as well as an introduction to SEO in general, we looked at adding SEO meta for Twitter, which is used for Twitter, Slack and other apps. In the next post in the series we will step up a gear and look at the more advanced Schema.org meta you can start including on your site pages. SchemaOrg is a protocol designed to let browsers understand what a website page is about. Using it can lead to higher ranking in Google and more prominent display of your page in search results pages. Looking forward to running through this!
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SvelteKit SEO: Search Engine Optimisation Metadata
2 projects | dev.to | 29 Jul 2021
You can see the code for the story so far on the Rodney Lab Git Hub repo.
rodneylab/sveltekit-seo is an open source project licensed under BSD 3-clause "New" or "Revised" License which is an OSI approved license.
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