Structured data for category pages

We run a wordpress website. Our category pages are a but different from the standard category pages. They are articles in which clusters of underlying articles are presented with some surrounding content. the links to the articles are subcategorized. I understand that "collectionpage" is the right page type and itemlist (OR haspart??) containing the references to the different articles.

My question: should I use separate itemlists for the articles per subcategory or throw all the articles referenced on the categorypage in 1 itemlist?

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Can “Corporation” structured data on pages about other companies get rich snippets for my site?

On my website I have a list of several hundred companies. And after you click any of them, you are navigating to the page, where you are able to see their details. For SEO on each company page, can I use "Corporation" schema markup to get a rich result for the company?

For the example, I have a few words about Google Inc on my page, so can I use some simple markup?

{   "@context": "https://schema.org",   "@type": "Corporation",   "name": "Google Inc",   "address": "some address",   "description": "A few words about Google inc." } 

Or maybe the rich snippet is reserved only for Google’s own website? Am I going to get some penalties for this? Or it will help me with SEO?

How can I use Schema.org structured data for dynamically loaded images?

I have a webpage with a lot of images that I load dynamically onto the page dynamically using Javascript/JSON data.

The images’ rendered output is:

<li itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/ImageObject">  <img src="$  {data.file}" alt="$  {data.alt}" itemprop='contentURL'> <div class="imageInfo">  <h2 itemprop="name">$  {data.name}</h2>  </div>  </li> 

The schema structured data values I get from the JSON file are data.file for the itemprop="contentURL" and data.name for the itemprop="name".

I have read that Google doesn’t use dynamically loaded schema markup unless you use JSON-LD. Currently when I test with Google’s structured data testing tool I see that the test shows there’s no structured data for my dynamically loaded content.

What are the steps I need to take to make sure that Google uses/sees my dynamically loaded structured data?

Can a structured (text) document be effectively encrypted

My situation:

I want to encrypt an HTML document. My question is, if the following is known, is that going to weaken encryption?

  • It is a text-based document
  • It starts with <DOCTYPE HTML> or a few variants of
  • This is followed by an <HTML> tag, followed by a <HEAD> tag, which contains a number of ‘

Would this knowledge help a hacker to decrypt without the decrypt key? Would such knowledge make my documents effectively un-encryptable?

My apologies if this is a very simple question. I am a neophyte.

Best practices for Structured Data to make both Google and Facebook happy

I am the effective webmaster of a small corporation. I want to add a Corporation Structured Data object to our corporate site. I hope to accomplish three things by adding this Structured Data:

  1. Google’s Rich Cards will correctly display my company’s name, logo, etc.
  2. Facebook’s Rich Cards (does Facebook call them something else?) will correctly display my company’s name, logo, etc.
  3. Hopefully I’ll get slightly better SEO

I (generally) understand how to write structured data, but I don’t understand where to put my Corporation object in particular. I need Google/Facebook to understand that my company’s website is www.company.com/home. At the same time, I need Google/Facebook to understand that any URI within this domain (e.g. www.company.com/about) should use my company’s name, logo, etc. Where do I put my Corporation object to allow all pages in the domain to “belong to” my object, but only the homepage “owns” the object?

Most effective structured data for a Person knowledge graph panel?

I am trying to make sure the structured data on my personal portfolio site is set up best to encourage a Google Knowledge Graph Person panel for my name. While I know structured data alone isn’t enough, I know it can help.

Right now, I have some Person json-ld written that includes a lot of info about myself such as name, jobTitle, alumniOf, address (country/locality only), and sameAs which lists my social media profiles.

According to Google guidelines they want the info in structured data to also be user-visible, however, the info referenced in my Person structured data block is not all on the same page, it’s spread out across my website. My job title and location are on my /contact/ page, my alma mater is on my /resume/ page, and my main / page is what’s listed by the url of the Person structured data.

Google says don’t add info to structured data that’s not visible, even if it’s accurate:

You should not create blank or empty pages just to hold structured data; nor should you add structured data about information that is not visible to the user, even if the information is accurate.

https://developers.google.com/search/docs/guides/intro-structured-data

and that violating guidelines could prevent rich results:

Violating a quality guideline can prevent syntactically correct structured data from being displayed as a rich result in Google Search

https://developers.google.com/search/docs/guides/sd-policies

In light of that, what is the most effective way in my case to use my Person json-ld to encourage Google to display a knowledge graph panel?

product spotted as article in google structured data

i have fixed all errors and warnings of my website with Schema & Structured Data For WP.

problem is that product pages defined as article so i got bad rank. i’m not very familar with coding.

is there any simple way for fix this problem?

<meta property="og:type" content="article"/> 

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please tell me if need more information.

Textbook on how processors are actually structured at the circuit level

I am looking for a textbook that helps me understand how basic digital electronic units are used to build complicated integrated circuits.

I have looked online for textbooks, but what I have found tends to be either

  1. At a level of abstraction below what I’m looking for: textbooks on the nitty gritty electrical engineering aspects of circuits. They tend to have hundreds of pages on how a transistor even works. Example: Foundations of Analog and Digital Circuits by Agarwal and Lang.

  2. At a level of abstraction above what I’m looking for: textbooks that take “operations” and functional units as the basic units. E.g. they take the existence of an ALU as given, without explaining, in detail, how to make an ALU out of components like AND gates and flip-flops. They tend to emphasize programming language concepts rather than actual digital circuits and signals. Example: Modern Processor Design by Shen and Lipasti

Both of these are interesting of course. But I’m looking for a textbook that goes into the basic components of a microchip, abstracting away from the most nitty gritty physical implementation, but while capturing the basic low level details of micro chip design.

I want to basically know how AND, OR, gates etc, and flip flops, and clock signal (and whatever other units there might be) are used to create cache memory, ALU’s, to make sure that the circuit is synchronized etc.

I am not sure what keywords I should be looking for to find such a textbook.

How to credit a website’s designers and developers in schema.org structured data

Our web dev agency is working with a design agency to build a website for a client. I want to make it clear to google that our client owns the site, but that we and the design agency made it. So far here is what I have:

<script type="application/ld+json">{     "@type":"Organization",     "name":"Our Client",     "@id":"/#Organization",     "details":"checked against google structured data testing tool",     "@context":"https://schema.org" }</script><script type="application/ld+json">{     "@type":"WebSite",     "@id":"/#WebSite",     "details":"checked against google structured data testing tool",     "sourceOrganization":{         "@id":"/#Organization"     },     "creator":[         {             "@type":"Organization",             "name":"Web Dev Agency",             "@id":"web-dev-agency.com/#Organization"         },         {             "@type":"Organization",             "name":"Design Studio",             "@id":"design-studio.com/#Organization"         }     ],     "@context":"https://schema.org" }</script> 

and then objects on the page are linked by isPartOf to a WebPage, which similarly links to the WebSite itself.

First off, does this make sense? I’m still figuring out structured data and haven’t been able to find examples of this particular use case, but the structured data testing tool is giving me the OK.

Is there a better way to show that our client owns the website and is responsible for its day to day running? I’ve also considered the Producer and Publisher types, but nothing feels quite right for this relationship.

I’d like to credit individual designers and developers – would it be better to have the website creator objects as Persons, pointing to unique @ids, or have them as members of the creator organisations as they stand?