Schema App works with ALL Web Platforms

Automate Schema Markup Deployment…without IT 

Schema App automatically deploys schema markup to your website, so you can save time, make updates faster, and reduce delays caused by waiting for IT/developers.  It works with all website platforms because of our integrations with Tag Manager, with Javascript, or our custom add-ons for WordPress, Shopify, Drupal, etc.  We challenge you to find a website we can’t work with.

Deployment Options

Schema App can integrate with any type of website but wherever possible, we look to automate the process.

Option 1 – Plugins/Add-ons for these Content Management Solutions

If available, we recommend using plugin/add-ons for deployment.  Not only do they allow the Schema markup to reside server side (loads faster) but they can also be read by all search engines. 

Another bonus is that some of our Schema App plugins automatically add schema markup code to your website for specific classes and properties.  If the plugin doesn’t give you access to all of the schema.org classes and properties that you need to create a robust, complete schema markup strategy, pair it up with the Schema App Editor (and Highlighter). NOTE: Some plugins include access to the Schema App Editor.

Big Commerce

Schema App integrates with Big Commerce through our Big Commerce App.

Drupal

Schema App Drupal 7 and 8 modules connects with the Schema App tools to store Schema Markup server side. Set it up once, and you are done. Drupal 8 module is on our roadmap.

HubSpot

Create schema markup with our Highlighter, or our Editor, click save and deploy through a HubSpot JavaScript. Setup the JavaScript once and you are done.

Shopify

Use the Total Schema Markup Shopify App automate schema markup for products, articles, and more. Use it to connect to the Highlighter or Editor to add custom markup to any additional page on the site.

Wordpress & WooCommerce

Use our WordPress Plugin to automate the addition of your markup from the Schema App Editor or our Highlighter. The plugin also adds detailed markup to blogs, articles and products. Check out our Advanced WordPress Plugin for customers.

Option 2 – Tags

Quick and Easy! Add the tag once and you’re done. Using a tag manager puts the digital marketing team in control of the schema markup deployment and provides them with the ability to do maintenance and updates outside of a development release. 

Tag Managers can be used to deploy blocks of JSON-LD or Javascript that generates the schema markup from the page as your content is displayed in the browser. Once a template is created and the tag is setup, schema markup is created instantly. This method adds some overhead to the page. 

Options include: Google Tag Manager, Tealium, Adobe DTM, etc. 

NOTE: Search engines like Google can process dynamic Javascript (used in Tags) but not all search engines can, although the landscape is always changing. 

Adobe Dynamic Tag Management (DTM) & Tealium

Create schema markup with our Highlighter, or our Editor, click save and deploy through Adobe DTM Tag. Just add our tag once and you are done.

Google Tag Manager

Create schema markup with our Highlighter, or our Editor, click save and deploy through Google Tag Manager. Just add our tag once and you are done.

Option 3 – Javascript API

Using Javascript and our API key, you can integrate any Schema App into any web platform.

Quick and easy APIs for Squarespace and JavaScript.

Javascript API

Add your schema.org using our javascript API. It’s a little more technie but does the job so you can start saving time !

Option 4 – Cache to Cache

Some companies prefer to send the code back to their own enterprise content management system in order to serve it up server-side. We can do that too!

Option 5 – Data Feed

We’ll take your data, map it into JSON-LD and allow you to deploy it. Because a data feed requires some IT/development involvement, Schema App charges an additional fee for this service.

Plugins Offer Automated Platform Integrations

The Schema App Plugins for WordPress, WooCommerce, Shopify, and BigCommerce allows you to take advantage of automated markup for certain page types, as indicated below.

For example, when you create a Blog in WordPress, Schema App automatically maps the Blog Post fields (e.g. Author, Date Published, Article Body, etc.) to generate the corresponding Schema markup and deploys the code to all of your existing Blogs.In addition to automated markup, some of these platforms allow you to add Schema markup to your other page types – reference the “Ability to Create Markup for Other Offers” column for eligibility.

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Classes Eligible for Automated Schema Markup 
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Eligible Platforms
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Access to Pro Subscription
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Blog Posts
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Products
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Embedded Videos
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Aggregate Ratings
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WordPress Advanced Plugin*

X

X

X

YouTube and Vimeo**

WooCommerce Reviews**

WooCommerce Plugin

Limited
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X
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X
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X
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WooCommerce Reviews**

Shopify

With Advanced Plan

X

X

Shopify Product Reviews and Yotpo Reviews**

BigCommerce

X

X

X

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*Includes WooCommerce         ** Supported Features
NOTE: The Big Commerce plug-in also provides companies with access to the Schema App Editor – to markup unique pages (e.g. home page, contact page, etc).

The Schema App team is always building out exciting new features and expanding the number of platforms they integrate with. If you do not see an automated integration for your platform, please let us know. We take feedback to heart as we develop new features to meet our customer’s needs!

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