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Google has started validating your fix of FAQ issues on your site. Specifically, we are checking for ‘Missing field ‘mainEntity’, which currently affects 1 pages.
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What is this Missing field ‘mainEntity’
Basically, this ” ‘Missing field ‘mainEntity’ ” WordPress error appears when you don’t have an existing FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) page published on your website.
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How to solve Missing field ‘mainEntity’
First of all, check if your WordPress theme have the Schema Markup incorporated. If so, select the FAQ page ( if you don’t have one, you must create it first ).
Second, important, make sure that your FAQ page contains an “Accordion” element. The easier way is to use the Elementor shortcode.
You may also install a FAQ schema plugin, like this one: FAQ Schema For Pages And Posts
What a FAQ page should contain
It depends on your website niche. Usually, this page should have responses to potential (* and most often asked ) questions. For example: “Payment methods” or “Where is your business located?“. Now, the questions’ structure depends on your website’s complexity. Generally speaking, the well structured it is, the better your website will look.
In some cases, the owner of the website simply don’t need this kind of page. Still, for SEO reasons, you have to create one. Neil Patel explain here: FAQ page schema
If you’re running a WordPress site, you’ll need to create a FAQ page at some point. FAQ pages are a great way to communicate with your audience and provide them with the information they need to know about your site.
Here are a few things to keep in mind when putting together your WordPress FAQ page:
1. Keep it organized
Organize your FAQ page by topic, and use headings and subheadings to break up the text. This will make it easier for readers to find the information they want.
2. Use clear and concise language
Avoid jargon and technical terms on your FAQ page. Use clear and concise language that everyone can understand.
3. Be thorough
Make sure you cover all the bases on your FAQ page. If you’re unsure what questions to include, ask yourself what questions you often get asked about your WordPress site.
4. Use pictures and video
In addition to text, try to use pictures and videos to explain things on your FAQ page. This can be a great way to provide visual learners with the necessary information.
5. Keep it up to date
As your WordPress site evolves, so should your FAQ page. Be sure to keep it up to date with the latest information about your site.
Creating a WordPress FAQ page is a great way to communicate with your audience and provide them with the information they need to know about your site. By following the tips above, you can create an FAQ page that is organized, clear, concise, and thorough.