ProsCons schema is a type of microdata that can be added to a website’s HTML code to provide search engines with information about a pros and cons list on the page. The
ProsCons schema is a member of the
Review type in the Schema.org vocabulary, and it can be used to mark up lists of pros and cons for products, services, or other topics.
By using the
ProsCons schema, search engines can better understand the content of the page and display it in a more user-friendly and informative way in search results. For example, a search engine may display the pros and cons list as a summary of the page’s content, or it may include the individual pros and cons items as part of the page’s search result snippet.
To use the
ProsCons schema, you need to add the appropriate
itemtype attributes to the HTML code of your webpage. The itemscope attribute defines the scope of the schema, while the itemtype attribute specifies the type of schema being used. In the case of the
ProsCons schema, you would use the following code:
<div itemscope itemtype=”http://schema.org/ProsCons”>
ProsCons schema, you can use additional schema types and properties to mark up the individual pros and cons items. For example, you could use the
ListItem schema to mark up each item in the list, and the
item property to specify the actual pros and cons item:
- Improves posture and reduces back pain...
Example of a schema code to mark up a pros and cons
Pros and Cons of Using a Standing Desk
- Improves posture and reduces back pain
- Burns more calories than sitting
- Promotes better circulation and reduces the risk of health problems
- May be uncomfortable for some people
- Can be expensive
- May take some time to adjust to