Generate: Schema Integration

Overview

By default, Page Generator Pro supports the following Schema Plugins:

  • Yoast SEO
  • Schema Pro
This is not an exhaustive list; your Schema Plugin may work!  Page Generator Pro is coded to WordPress standards, ensuring best possible compatibility with other Schema Plugins not listed here.  However, several factors, including the code quality of a Schema Plugin and Plugin-specific configuration, will determine whether other Schema Plugins work with Page Generator Pro.  Feel free to try your Schema Plugin of choice, and contact us if you run into any issues.

Schema Pro

To enable a Schema on Schema Pro to display in Page Generator Pro’s Content Groups, you need to add a rule to display the Schema options on both your target Post Type and Content Groups.

Adding a New Schema

To add a Schema in Schema Pro:

  • Click Settings > Schema Pro in the WordPress Administration menu
  • Click the Add New button
  • Select the Schema Type
  • Set Enable On to either:
    • All Singulars
      Page Generator Pro: Generate: Schema Integration: Schema Pro: Add
    • The Post Type you want to generate (e.g. Pages) and Content Groups.  Use the Add And Rule button to define both.
      Page Generator Pro: Generate: Schema Integration: Schema Pro: Add
  • Complete the remaining steps to enable a Schema.

Editing an Existing Schema

To add a Schema in Schema Pro:

  • Click Settings > Schema Pro in the WordPress Administration menu
  • Click the Schema that you wish to edit
  • Set Enable On to either:
    • All Singulars
    • The Post Type you want to generate (e.g. Pages) and Content Groups.  Use the Add And Rule button to define both.
      Page Generator Pro: Generate: Schema Integration: Schema Pro: Edit
  • Click Update to save the Schema

In both cases, the Schema fields will then be displayed in Page Generator Pro’s Content Groups:

Page Generator Pro: Generate: Schema Integration: Schema Pro: Content Group Example