Congratulations, you’ve successfully activated Mobile Theme on Jetpack! Now your lovely site looks great on small mobile screens also, and it was only one click away. But wait, something is still missing… Right, there are no sidebars – and no ads inside! Maybe it makes no difference for the readers, but not for you as the blog owner.
Well, the Jetpack documentation explains that they do use look for a sidebar with some predefined ID to show it at the bottom of the page. It means that maybe you do have one of your sidebars shown there. If this is the case, you have no choice but to rearrange the content of this sidebar to match it to mobile page. Otherwise keep reading, and I will explain how to add a new dedicated sidebar for mobile theme. Continue reading “How to enable Google Adsense on Jetpack Mobile Theme”
Several days ago I checked what Google’s Rich Snippets Testing Tool thinks about this WordPress-based blog. The results were not bad in general, but also not good enough for my understanding. While Google was able to detect that I am the owner of the blog and presented a link to my Google+ Profile, and the main page of the blog was correctly detected as a list of blog entries, each one with the permalink, a list of tags and a list of categories – the most important things were missing: the title, the date and the author of the post. The following errors were displayed for each blog entry:
Warning: Missing required field “entry-title”.
Warning: Missing required field “updated”.
Warning: Missing required hCard “author”.
Obviously, I started to check what can be done about that. Continue reading “How to fix “missing required fields” warnings in Rich Snippets Testing Tool”