How to activate the WP Recipe Maker integration in Yoast SEO
Yoast SEO automatically adds Schema.org structured data to your posts and pages. To connect all the separate pieces of structured data, Yoast SEO builds a graph. This Schema graph helps search engines understand your content better. Okay, and what’s in it for you? Well, if search engines can understand your content better, you are in fact helping them to present your content better in the search results. In other words, you have a higher chance of getting rich results. Since we at Yoast are not experts on
Recipe Schema ourselves, we’ve partnered up with WP Recipe Maker. Together, we are going to help you stand out in the search results.
WP Recipe Maker Schema
If you have a recipe site, you need to add
Recipe Schema to your pages. The free WP Recipe Maker plugin can do that for you. Then, we want to make sure that their Schema is added to the Schema graph Yoast SEO outputs. This way, we can connect all the dots and hand over a clear all-in-one structured data package to the search engines. So, what did we do? We’ve given WP Recipe Maker an API so that they can add their Schema to our graph.
How to activate the WP Recipe Maker integration
If both WP Recipe Maker and Yoast SEO are installed and activated on your site, the integration works automatically. So, you don’t have to activate something yourself.
How to check whether the integration is active
Follow the steps below to check whether the WP Recipe Maker integration is active.
- Log in to your WordPress website.
When you’re logged in, you will be in your WordPress ‘Dashboard’.
- Click on ‘Yoast SEO’.
On the left, you will see a menu. In that menu, click on ‘Yoast SEO’.
- Click on ‘Integrations’.
The Yoast SEO menu item will expand. Now, click on ‘Integrations’.
- Scroll to the Schema API integrations section.
- Search for the WP Recipe Maker card.
- If the integration is active, you will see a green check mark at the bottom of this card.