Article Schema error (author, datePublished, headline, dateModified, headline)

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  • Hello,

    This tool that you are referring to:

    It has been discontinued by Google:

    So, the Rich Results test should be the only one you should be using as the old SDTT is not up to date because of being deprecated.

    Amp pages with this structure get errors from the google console.
    I don’t know what has changed in the new versions, but before the global updates there were no problems with the amp and not the amp page. There were no errors in the google console.


    We improved Schema module’s performance by optimizing the code further and released a quick Beta update you can try to see if that helps.

    Please enable the Beta update by following this:

    beta update

    If you are unable to see an update, please clear Rank Math’s transients from:
    WP Dashboard > Rank Math > Status & Tools > Database Tools > Remove Rank Math Transients > Remove transients
    remove transients rank math

    Please clear the caches, server, and WordPress after updating.

    You can disable the Beta updates once you update to the latest version and if the issue is fixed.

    We are here to assist. Thank you.


    I have updated the sensitive data as requested. Can you please check further?

    Thank you.


    The beta has already been released as an update. Please do update and let us know.

    This is the tools to use to check your AMP URLs:

    Looking forward to helping you. Thank you.


    Beta and stable updates tested and did not notice any changes. Old posts still have structural data issues in posts and amp.

    We have to study errors in the google console and manual updates.

    I still don’t understand why release a new version that breaks compatibility with past versions of the plugin without updating the old markup data.


    We might need to take a closer look at the settings. Please edit the first post on this ticket and include your WordPress logins in the designated Sensitive Data section.
    Sensitive Data Section

    It is completely secure and only our support staff has access to that section. If you want, you can use the below plugin to generate a temporary login URL to your website and share that with us instead:

    You can use the above plugin in conjunction with the WP Security Audit Log to monitor what changes our staff might make on your website (if any):

    We really look forward to helping you.


    I have updated the sensitive data as requested. Can you please check further?

    Thank you.

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