.hentry markups without assigning remaining tags (structural data)

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  • #78528

    staygypsy
    Member
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    Hi Taras,

    we have been using your Hermes theme for the last months and we found an error that we don’t know if you’re aware of or not.

    When running Google Structural data analyser we get many errors due to .hentry classes being assigned to certain portions of the content of a post, without the corresponding author/entry-title and “updated” at. We know that wordpress assigns all these 3 tags and by what we researched the error is thrown because when google finds and .hentry class he searches for those other 3 tags in order to provide structured data. Since he doesn’t find them he throws us that error. We think it would be great if you could correct this!

    On another note, this is an annoyance, regarding the way the captions on the gallery tiled presentation work, with Pinterest active. Whenever we want to pin something from a tiled gallery, and we hover over the picture, we get the caption popping from the bottom, which makes the hitting the pin button almost impossible. I’m not sure this is something that you can work on (maybe changing the pin to a side or top of the image?), but if so it would be great as well.

    Thanks,
    Best regards,
    Micael

    The blog I need help with is: staygypsy.com

    #78629

    tarasdashkevych
    Theme Author

    Hi Micael,

    “When running Google Structural data analyser we get many errors due to .hentry classes”
    – What kind of errors are you getting?

    ” I’m not sure this is something that you can work on (maybe changing the pin to a side or top of the image?)”
    – Please try this custom css:

    #page .tiled-gallery-caption {
      z-index: 0;
    }

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