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Global AND Page-Specific Schema Markup in 1 Script? How?

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Apr 28, 2022

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April 28, 2022

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Global AND Page-Specific Schema Markup in 1 Script? How?

Summary:

Notice at line #619 is a mention of a "break" where we separate the global schema markup used in all web pages! Click to read more about how to do this!

Below is a recent variation (as we continually update our schema codes) as of March 3rd, 2022 of the schema markup of our homepage at URL: https://labate.io

Notice at line #619 is a mention of a "break" where we separate the global schema markup used in all web pages (which resides in our website's global header, and the homepage-specific schema markup that only resides within the header of our homepage.

By structuring our schema markup this way (split across multiple website code sections) we are able to get the best of both worlds with our schema, as the global code resides within all pages, and page-specific codes are only loaded for their specific pages.

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Jake Labate, President at the Labate Group.
Jake Labate is the President of the Labate Group, located in Westport, CT 06880.