If you have been using Google Search Console and when you go to Search Appearance -> Structured Data > hentry (markup: microformats.org), you may find several errors as shown in the screenshot. In this guide, I will show you how to fix hentry errors that appear for your WordPress website. What is hentry? According to microformats.org, the class hentry is a root class name that indicates the presence of an hAtom entry. hAtom is a microformat for identifying semantic information in weblog posts and practically any other place Atom may be used, such as news articles. The hentry schema consists of the following properties: entry-title. required entry-content. optional entry-summary. optional updated. required published. optional author. required bookmark. optional tag. optional So your blog post must contain: entry-title, updated and author properties to avoid errors in Google Search Console. Fortunately, WordPress hentry is a CSS class declared on the parent element of your blog post. SEO benefits gained when you fix hentry errors: Structured data (hentry is one of the data) helps search engines to better understand your content. For example, as shown in the screenshot, I told Google
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