We are excited to announce the release of Schema Plugin version 1.2.5, which includes several bug fixes and enhancements, and other useful features.
After updating the plugin, check plugin settings, flush cache, then test schema.org markup to make sure things looks right.
In this 1.2.5 releases, we’ve updated ACF PRO to the latest version. Why this is important?
ACF PRO version 5.11 introduces REST API, this means now we will be able to interact with ACF custom fields within the WordPress REST API.
in a future release of Schema plugin, we will provide our members with away to enable all structured data saved in post meta in the WordPress REST API.
Here is a full list of changes made to the plugin in version 1.2.5 release.
= 1.2.3 =
- Fix: Several PHP notices and deprecated functions on PHP 8.0
- Fix: ACF field group disappear after selecting category or taxonomy.
- Fix: ACF field group now showing when creating a new post.
- Fix: Remove EventSeries from schema.org subtypes list since it is not supported by Google.
- Fix: ACF repeater action buttons style.
- Fix: Block category filter by using block_categories_all filter.
- Fix: Point to the new Schema Markup Validator and modified the link in admin bar.
- Fix: Schema brand in Product markup output.
- Fix: Schema error by unset review_author, and review property within FAQPage schema.
- Enhancement: Make price and priceCurrency fields not required for more flexibility.
- Enhancement: Added new function to admin-functions.php file for debug to console.
- Update: Modified readme.txt file to add release date along with version.
- Update: Updated ACF Pro to version 5.11 release.
- Update: Pumped tested WordPress version to 5.8.2 release.
Check out the Schema Plugin, and make sure you upgrade to this latest release to get bug fixes, enhancements and new features.
Till next update.