[Resolved] Rich Snippets and built-in Schema Markup

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    Paola Casadei

    Please excuse me: I know this is a frequent question but I didn’t find an answer to my question, probably because I’m not a tech.
    My need is very simple: I’m a photographer and I’m talking about my photos in my blog posts. I’d like to have google indexing every post post with a thumbnail of the featured photo and not only a link.
    Then I’d need a rich snippet with only a photo.
    I was not able to undestand how to set it in the built-in schema markup of GP.
    is there any chance?
    I don’t want to use Yoast because it would slow down my site.
    tahnk you

    Customer Support

    Hi Paola,

    I’m not exactly sure what you are trying to do here.

    The schema side of things would usually be handled by a SEO plugin like Yoast or RankMath.

    Then you would just remove the schema added by GP:

    Or maybe this is the filter you are after?

    Here is another discussion on this:

    Using Yoast shouldn’t slow down your site website a lot – we are using it on our site as well and it still performs very well ๐Ÿ™‚

    Paola Casadei

    Thank you Leo, I’m sorry for my English but I’m not mother tongue.
    I was trying to understand if I need a plugin to have rich snippets.
    Ok: I will move to a seo plugin handling the schema.
    I’m not a tech: would Code Snippets plugin be a good choice to add the filter to remove the schema added by GP ?
    thank you for your time

    Customer Support

    Yup Code Snippets would be my recommendation unless you are using a child theme already.

    Paola Casadei

    Thank you for your help

    Customer Support
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