In this post we are using schema markup for testing stage. Hope you get it well otherwise ask question. We you want to make up a page you must be careful to avoid stack errors . Just follow this page as it has all the elements os schema markup.
How to remove publisher A value for publisher field is required during structured data blog post testing. When you’re writing to compete for google first page, always bear in mind of post errors. This blog post errors (blog posting) can only be detected through structured data test.
The best way is to test your URL is by using Google Structure Data Tool. If your bog pass this test tool without errors like mine, then your post is rich to google snippet, first page, good for crawling
How to Fix
How to fix publisher A value for publisher field is required.
1. Login to blogger.
2. Go to blog Theme.
3. BackUp or download your blog Theme.
4. Click or select Edit HTML.
5. Press on your PC Crtl + F
6. Paste the following code in the search box that will appear and hit enter to find it. <data:post.body/>
Just below the code found in the above step paste following code:
HTML Code markup
<div itemprop=’publisher’ itemscope=’itemscope’ Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.>
<div itemprop=’logo’ itemscope=’itemscope’ Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.>
<img style=’display:none;’ Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.>
<meta itemprop=’url’ Error! Hyperlink reference not valid.>
<meta itemprop=’width’ content=’600’/>
<meta itemprop=’height’ content=’60’/>
<meta itemprop=’name’ expr:content=’data:blog.title’/>
Note: <data:post.body/> may appear twice make sure the paste the above code in both of them.
Save and go to Google Structure Data Tool test and see that publisher A value for publisher field is required is gone.
Change www.url.com to your domain or blogspot name.
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