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[Solved] data-vocabulary.org schema deprecated - Google Search Console Warning

Yesterday I opened Google Search Console to check my site performance and there was a new warning : data-vocabulary.org schema deprecated. So what is this warning? How to fix/solve data-vocabulary schema problem? Will this affect my blog? All these queries will be explained in this article.

The warning is to notify Google Webmasters that Google is preferring schema.org Structured Data over data-vocabulary.org SD and we need to update our blogs with schema.org SD. According to Google,
Structured data schemas such as schema.org and data-vocabulary.org are used to define shared meaningful structures for markup-based applications on the Web. With the increasing usage and popularity of schema.org we decided to focus our development on a single SD scheme. As of April 6, 2020, data-vocabulary.org markup will no longer be eligible for Google rich result features.

21 Tested Ways To Improve/Speed Up Page Loading Time- Part 1

Page loading time or simply Page speed is an important factor considered by Google to rank a page. A fast loading page improves user experience and reduces bounce rate.

In this article, I'll be sharing 21 tested ways I implemented in my blog to speed up blog loading time. Note: This article is going to be lengthy, so please grab a coffee before starting.
  

Why page speed is important?

There is no deny that a quick and fast loading page trumps a slower one. According to various studies conducted on website loading time, it was found that if an average page load time exceeds 3 seconds, users abandonment rate increases. This consequently rises bounce rate. A high bounce rate telegraphs search engine that a website is not useful for that specific keyword and hence reducing ranking. Therefore, it is important to have a fast page speed.

5 Best Premium AMP Blogger Templates Of 2020 - SEO Optimized

AMP stands for Accelerated Mobile Pages and it is a framework provided by Google that helps pages load faster on mobile devices. The basic principle of AMP is to lighten the pages by structuring HTML in a common and predefined ways.

According to Wikipedia, AMP frameworks consists of 3 components: AMP HTML, which is a standard HTML markup with web component; AMP Javascript, which manages resources loading and AMP Caches, which serve and validate AMP Pages.

In this tutorial, I'm going to share best premium and SEO optimized AMP Blogger templates of 2020 with free download link.

A website which is using AMP Pages will get following benefits compared to non-AMP pages.

Test PenDrive / Memory Card For Originality - Windows & Linux

Last week, my friend bought a 32GB San Disk Pendrive and he told me the pendrive won't allow him to copy files once the device space is filled to 18GB. I suggested him to run chkdsk command and repair the device. However, all the efforts were wasted. I started searching if others are facing the same issue, and there were many. At first, I thought it was a fault for only San Disk Pendrives, but other manufacturers' devices were also showing same issue.

Later, I read this article that solved my query "why the pendrive won't allow me to copy beyond some limit even if free space is available". I'll try to explain it in a short way.

Basically, a pendrive/memory card/flash drive or any other usb devices that won't allow you to copy beyond a certain limit are fake devices. Yes, fake devices. There are two types of fake devices:

Type 1 Fake Device : Allows you to copy files to full memory space, but the files after some certain space will get corrupted and non-existant on viewing via File Manager.

Type 2 Fake Device : Shows Fake storage capabilities, and won't allow you to copy beyond real available memory space.

Concluding, my friend's pendrive falls under Type 2 Fake Device.
 
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