|Supported Content Types||Event|
|Availability||Pro Only Since v5.2.0|
Google Structured Data integrates perfectly with the iCagenda component and enables you to add structured data and specifically the Event Content Type to your iCagenda pages.
As with all of the integrations, you need to navigate to Components > Google Structured Data > Configuration and click the Integrations Tab where all the Integrations are listed.
Find the "iCagenda" Integration in the list and make sure that it is enabled with the green checkmark indicator as shown in the screenshot below.
Add Event Structured Data to iCagenda Pages
Let's see how you can add the Event Content Type to iCagenda pages. From the Components menu, choose Google Structured Data, nagivate to the Items section and click on the New button to create a new Structured Data Item.
On the next page, you will see the following 3 options where you will need to select the Event Content Type and the iCagenda Integration as shown in the screenshot below.
Click Save to return to the same page. Once the item is saved 2 new sections appearing.
- Event: This section helps you map the content type properties with Page options, Meta Properties, Site info and more.
- Publishing Rules: This is where you can select the pages where the structured data is going to be generated to.
To learn more details on how you can use these sections visit the How to Add Structured Data to Pages documentation page.
In case, you don't want to generate the Event Content Type to all pages, you can use the available publishing rules to target specific pages. The iCagenda Integration implements the following publishing rules:
|Event||Target specific iCagenda Evebrs only.|
|Category||Target all events assigned to specific iCagenda categories.|
To learn more about the Publishing Rules section visit the How to add Structured Data to Pages documentation page.
The Structured Data is generated only in the Events component view where a single iCagenda Event is displayed. The Category or List views are not currently supported.