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Is there a way to support Schema Markup for Blog posts?

The TinyMCE editor strips out schema markup added to blog posts.  Is there any way around that? 

  • I found this post that talks about markup for Q&A in the 18.3 update
  • I found numerous references to WordPress support for schema markup like THIS ARTICLE (Wordpress also uses TinyMCE)

Has anyone dealt with this on your Khoros community?

 

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Same question here. Have you managed to get any answer @kgroneman ? 

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@aniak unfortunately, no. 

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Community manager in the Micro Focus Community. My computer always used to beat me at chess, but it is no match for me now I changed the competition to kick boxing.
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I don't think so, in their blog also they have mentioned that presently Khoros platform generates a schema for forum pages link. Khoros platform enables Q&A structured data for forum pages.

Blockchain Developer at Chainflux.

The first thing you're going to do is navigate to Google's structured data markup helper. You can find it over here walmart one. It allows you to flag data on your site and will apply the proper schema code to it, and then give you the data you need to put in your page.

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