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Hi Todd, deleting the empty cache folder didn’t work.
I also deactivated then deleted RankMath, and reinstalled. This didn’t work either. WP cache is cleared. The sitemap is still showing last modified of 15th Feb:
Hi Todd, thank you for your suggestions. I deleted the sitemap code, but that didn’t work. I’ve opened up the sitemap-cache folder and it appears empty? I will delete it, but not sure that will do anything if no files?
I have updated the sensitive data as requested. Can you please check further?
Thank you.In reply to: Focus Keyword SuggestionIn reply to: Redirecting all pages with .html extensions
Not to worry, I got it to work with these settings (should anyone else need them):
I spent a while getting instant indexing working, so not keen to lose that either. So if I can confirm that I can deactivate and delete RankMath without facing any issues before I go ahead and do that. I’ve spent too long on all this for it to go out the window!
Have just tested in Firefox private window and it still does it…
I have disabled the snippet in the meantime, but to confirm – do I need to reverse the code (changing the boolean I mean, something along these lines –
add_filter( 'rank_math/sitemap/enable_caching', '__return_true');), and activate that snippet in order to get it working again?
Great, thanks Michael. It also happens with backspace and delete.
To show you what I am talking about please take a look at this screencast – you’ll see that when I initially place the cursor behind the word “shower” to insert another word and press space, it immediately jumps the cursor to the end of the input text (it also happens again a few seconds in if you watch – and it’s been doing this all day on all pages so there is definitely a bug in the mix):
I’m glad too. I’m using a methodology recommended by one of the moderators on Google Webmaster Forum, and it validates without breaking breadcrumb schema, so will run with that for now as I’ve spent far too long on this particular problem. On to the next one….
First of all, how then do online shops deal with it? Let’s have a look. As an example:
They are using multiple schema to deal with multiple products (in this case microdate as opposed to JSON. I chose JSON because Google recommended it).
If I use one product per page then I will have content that is thin on each page (I cannot write 1000 words per page on each product that would be mental), so I’d disagree that it does not make sense to group products.
Furthermore my schema markup validates with the *Google* Structured Data Testing Tool, so if, as you say, Google will be confused, it would throw an error.
I am not asking you to make a customized solution. I am asking for clarification of what is possible within RankMath. When you offer support for a product I assume you are the experts in that product, and as such will field questions and provide helpful answers. I am already working to extend the schema myself, thank you for pointing out the obvious.
“If you have any RankMath related queries, we are here for you” – how are queries on product schema *NOT* related to RankMath? If you are “here for me”, then I’d appreciate less condescending replies.
It comes across to me that you guys are begrudging in offering your assistance. On the one hand you say things like “we’re here for you”, on the other you say I’ll have to sort it out myself.
- This reply was modified 6 months ago by Michael Martin.