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[Resolved] Necessary to disable GP's built-in schema when using recipe and SEO plugins?

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  • #1147699
    Dave

    Thanks for creating a great theme!

    I’m in the process of transferring two sites to GP Pro:
    -One has both recipes and standard blog articles. I have the WP Recipe Maker and Yoast plugins installed.
    -The other has no recipes, just standard blog articles. I have the Yoast plugin installed.

    To avoid confusing search engines in either or both of these cases, is it necessary for me to disable GP’s built-in schema? Or, can I leave GP’s schema enabled without any likely negative SEO-related effects?

    I’ve seen instructions for disabling the built-in schema elsewhere in the forums, so no explanation of that needed; I’m just trying to avoid another plugin or child theme unless necessary or highly recommended.

    Thanks!

    #1147702
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi David,

    I don’t believe it is necessary but probably a good idea as Tom suggested here:
    https://generatepress.com/forums/topic/schema-generator/#post-1138535

    Let me know if this helps 🙂

    #1147721
    Dave

    Leo,
    Many thanks for your input, and for the link to Tom’s opinion on a similar case. Looks like adding the code snippets plugin may be worth it.
    Dave

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    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support
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