Schema App Editor

The Editor is used to generate schema markup one page at a time without writing code.

The Schema App Editor allows you to mark up web pages one by one. It contains the entire vocabulary and highlights the properties that are ‘required’ and ‘recommended’ by Google to be eligible for rich results. 

With the Editor, you can connect the Schema Markup throughout your website to provide the search engines with greater understanding of your content.

Why You’ll Love It:
  • Simple to use
  • No technical experience required
  • Entire vocabulary + extensions
  • Notified of errors right away
  • Retrieve the JSON-LD code with a click
  • Validate with the Google Structured Data Testing Tool with a click
  • Deploys on any platform
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How to use the Schema App Editor
  1. Choose the primary Schema type from the “tree” or search for it by name.
  2. The Editor retrieves all “required” and “recommended” fields plus any other Schema property you could dream of.
  3. Fill in the fields that are represented on your website.
  4. The tool generates the code and through an integration automatically sends the code to the website. 

You can link to Wikipedia and Wikidata pages to provide additional clarity and use the Editor to deploy schema markup to your website without ever writing code.

The Analyzer/Health report allows you to check on the health of your schema markup as you make changes to your content, the algorithms change and the vocabulary is updated. We’ve never encountered a website we couldn’t optimize!

Overview of the Schema App Editor

Want to learn more about how to use the Editor? Click the link to check out our Editor Training.

Navigate your way through Schema Markup with ease

  • Locate any type (aka class) by either searching for it or using the class tree.
  • Create connected schema markup to build out a Knowledge Graph
  • properties are organized as ‘required’, ‘recommended’ or ‘other’ according to Google’s guidelines.
  • Use the ‘required’ and ‘recommended’ fields to inform website content (as only content visible to external audiences can be marked up).
  • Check the health of your schema markup to identify errors immediately.
  • Add additional fields with the click of your mouse.