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Defining contents of your site with Structured data
Defining contents of your site with Structured data

Help search engines to understand the content and structure of your site's pages and improve SEO.

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Search engines can understand the contents of your site and how it is structured better by structured data on your page. Prepare the structured data (JSON-LD), and add it to a page to achieve this.

Search engines such as Google search may display Rich results using structured data. You can provide structured data of an article, product review, FAQ, job posting, and etc.

For more information, read the articles below.

How to add structured data to your page

1)Prepare structured data (markup code)

Google provides an example of structured data markup and a structured data markup helper. Prepare the structured data by using the helper or writing the codes yourself.

You can test your structured data using the Rich Results Test to check if it is marked appropriately.

2)Paste the codes in the STUDIO page settings

Go to page settings, then open the structured data section. Paste the codes in the JSON-LD box.

* Use the codes between <script type="application/ld+json"> and </script>

You can add STUDIO properties in the structured data. For example, you might to change the name, url, image, and articleBody to the STUDIO properties when adding an article structured data in the CMS post detail page (dynamic page).

Additionally, make sure to set the Extract Headline filter to Body property in the articleSection as in the picture below.

Update your site after adding the structured data in the page settings.

The structured data will be recognized by the search engine once your site's being crawled by the crawler. Send a crawling request if needed.


You can test with the live preview URL in the Rich Results Test. The test result will be displayed as URL is not available to Google and Crawl failed however, this is normal when using the live preview URL. Refer to only the structured data results.

Google doesn't guarantee that the structured data will display in search results, even if your page is marked correctly. Please check the guidelines below.

Read the article below for more information about the search results.

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