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Removing Schema From Your Posts & Pages

Rank Math makes it extremely easy to add Schema Markup to your posts and pages in just a few clicks, thanks to the wide range of built-in Schema types

In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to remove all Schema from your post/page. Before we begin you need to ensure that the Schema Module has been enabled.

1 Edit Your Post or Page

To remove all Schema types that have been added to a particular post, first head to the dit page for that post, by clicking Edit as shown below:

Open Post

2 Open Rank Math In The Gutenberg Sidebar

Click on the Rank Math SEO icon that displays alongside this post/page’s SEO score to open the SEO settings for this page.

Or alternatively, click the three vertical dots in the top right-hand corner of the edit page and selecting Rank Math in the Plugins section – as shown below;

Click on Rank Math

3 Navigate to the Schema Settings for This Post/Page

Click on the Schema tab in the Rank Math SEO. If it doesn’t appear here, ensure that you have Rank Math set to Advanced mode and have enabled the Schema module in your dashboard by navigating to Rank Math > Dashboard in your WordPress admin area.

Click on Schema Tab

4 Delete All Schema In Use

Now simply delete all the types shown under Schema in Use. You can delete the existing schema by clicking the delete icon next to the schema and clicking Yes on the confirmation dialogue.

Deleting all Schema options will remove all Schema data but some Schema like Organization, Sitelinks Search Box, Breadcrumbs might still be added to the page (based on your sitewide Schema settings).

Delete the Schema in Use

Once you delete all the Schema types shown under Schema in Use, the section will be removed and you will see the following:

Schema Deleted

5 Update Your Post or Page

Now simply update the existing post/page as you normally would after making a change or click on Publish (if this is a newly created post/page).

Click on Publish

You can then verify that the Schema has been removed using the Schema Testing Tool.

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