Website Schema Code

What is Website Schema?

Website Schemas are a collection of procedural and structural tags that identify the website’s database. These structural tags define the database, which in turn defines the interactions a website user will have with the website. The problem most website designers have is determining how to add website schema code into the website. Luckily there are tools such as the “schema-aware” tool and the “schema-code-generator” that make it easy to add the necessary code into the website.

If you’re interested in learning more about using these tools for your own website see the links at the end of this article.  Website Schema is a useful technique for On Page SEO.

How do I Add Schema Code to My Website?

You can find all sorts of different schema to add to your website at  It is a good idea to poke around in there to see what you can find that is relevant to your business.

One of the first steps you’ll want to take when customizing your website is to set up the website’s meta data. The meta data will contain keywords that are unique to your website and that will help search engines to categorize your website’s content. For example, if you owned a website about pet food the meta keyword would be “pet food” and the title of your website would be “About Pet Food”. Your website’s meta data can be accessed with the help of the “webalizer” tool or with the “meta keyword meta” script on your website’s HTML page.

Next you’ll want to access your website’s title and description pages. These are not essential for your website, but they are extremely useful as they tell the search engine what your website is about. For example, if you owned a website about vacuum cleaners the title and description of your website would be “Vacuum Cleaner Shop”. This works the same way for all your website’s titles and descriptions.

How do I Find My Schema Code?

Once you’ve got the website’s title and description in place you need to make sure your website’s meta tags define the right set of information. This part of the website’s code is referred to as the “meta tag list” or the “META tag list”. The META tag list defines which keywords a search engine will list in a query. It also includes other details that are important such as the website’s category and/or title.

To make your website’s title and description unique it is necessary to include special characters. Meta tags can be rendered useless if they consist only of keywords. Search engines will list all websites in a similar manner regardless of the theme of the site. In order to avoid repetition ensure your website’s title and description contain at least one other keyword apart from the one you are using to generate traffic to your website.

What is Schema in Web Development?

The “about” and “home” pages are the most important parts of your website’s webpages. These two pages are what visitors to your site will see first. You should include a description about your company along with a link to your website’s home page. Your website’s about page should be the home page for your company. In addition it is important to include links to social networking profiles, blogs and other sites related to your business.

Your website’s title is what visitors to your site will see when they do a search for a keyword related to your company. The Meta data in your website’s title is very important. To optimize your website for search engine use the meta tag description attribute. This attribute accepts the required parameters in the title and passed them to the search engine. Some examples of Meta attributes that may be used are:?term=company name;?term=company name, description, website’s title and URL.

Your website’s code is a series of HTML commands that are used to manipulate the website’s HTML pages. You need to ensure that you place keywords where you want them to appear in your website’s code. For example, if you have a website about dog collars then you would want to place the keyword dog-collars in the website’s code. These keyword selectors can be found at the bottom of every website page.