Our Schema Premium plugin works with no issues with WPBakery Page Builder plugin since it store its data in post meta, practically there is no known issue or conflict.
WPBakery Page Builder provides easy to use drag and drop page builder that will help you to create layouts and construct your content in an easy way..
If you are using WPBakery Page Builder, you can still get the power of Schema Premium and add schema.org markup to your content.
Schema.org FAQPage with WPBakery Page Builder
We’ve introduced schema.org FAQPage in version 1.0.7, which has repeater property field that allows you to markup unlimited number of FAQ items on the page.
In addition, we’ve released Schema FAQ Block for Gutenberg.
But, if you are using WPBakery Page Builder plugin, you mostly will not use Gutenberg, instead you will want to use the Classic Editor.
The good news is Schema Premium works great with both, legacy Classic Editor and Gutenberg.
Example of adding FAQPage
- You can use WPBakery Page Builder to construct your page content as you usually do, and add the FAQ section in the content. (probably using the Toggle element for Q&A)
- After you are done, create new FAQPage schema.org type in Schema Premium and enable it on your FAQ page.
- Then go to Schema Properties > FAQ Page > post meta to add Questions and Answers.
Following Google guidelines, the FAQ section in content and in Schema Properties post meta should be an exact match.