[Support request] Structured data – more clean code for SEO?

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    Anders

    Hi

    When I run my URLs though the schema tester – I can see in the #webpage – that all words/headings are pulled together.

    This is a headingThis is the new textAnd a paragraph

    I thing it’s makes it harder for google to read, but I’m not sure?

    Is there a way to make the schema more like this

    This is a heading This is the new text And a paragraph

    Or even better:

    This is a heading

    This is the new text

    And a paragraph

    #1051853
    David
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    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    Schema isn’t required for Google to discern a Heading from a paragraph, the H2 and P tag alone will do that.

    Schema is for adding more meaning to content, such as this is about a book and has properties containing the book title and author. Read more here:

    https://moz.com/learn/seo/schema-structured-data

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